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12/31/2005 5:19 PM
 

Hi,

I'm trying to convert a web site to DNN 3.1.1 and one of the features on the current site is it's use of an ICQ status panel, allowing a sales rep to be logged into ICQ and have the appropriate status appear on the web site.

To make this work, there are 2 bits of HTML to be added:

  • One fits nicely in the Page Header Tags field (in Page, Advanced Settings).  But the other is
  • the OnLoad setting on the Body statement - which I can't find anywhere.

Is this because it could (or would) damage DNN operations ?  Is this why I see someone has written a module to wrap IM clients ?

Thanks,
Steven.

 
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