ADGlassby 1 Posted July 25, 2014 Share Posted July 25, 2014 OK, Here goes for a newbie, firstly I will apologise if this has been covered elsewhere, I have looked but perhaps my search technique leaves a little to be desired! Anyway what I am trying to do is create a template note that I will copy and reuse (like a meeting note or something). I have just created a note within EN, avoiding formats that iOS might not like, and I'm happy with the layout of the note. What I would now like to do is export the note (which I have done) and using a text editor make minor modifications to the note. I'm quite happy just using a text editor for this! The modifications I'm trying to make are to make the headings and subheadings fixed, so I can't accidentally overwrite them when I'm tapping away on my iPad. I had a look at W3schools and have noted a contenteditable="false" should work in HTML but, obviously EN isn't using HTML5 but an XML hybrid (right??). I have tried simply modifying the div entries for the text I want to fix to: <div> contenteditable="false"</div> but this just seems to be ignored by EN when I re-import the note. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how I can, essentially, make a <div> </div> uneditable? Look forward to getting your feedback (or flames ;-)) btw: I am using Mac OS X Mavericks with EN 5.5.1 and I also want this to work on my iOS devices (not asking much I suppose) ADGlassby Link to comment
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