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    http://downloads.netobjects.com/en/n...n.pdf?type=pdf I have followed this tutorial to the letter but when I open the code to paste the link in the space in the tutorial is not there. Where should I paste the link for it to work? Thanks in advance Click image for larger version. 

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    You have opened the wrong window.
    You are supposed to use the HTML Code Editor.
    If you don´t see the HTML Code Editor at the bottom of your window, you will have to select it first.
    Here is a screenshot of my (german) version. It will be easily found if you compare it with your english version.
    Select View > More pallets (?)> HTML Code Editor.

    P.S. Don´t know why the screenshot is so blurred, I hope you can see something..?
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    Last edited by mia; 09-13-2012 at 10:41 AM.
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    Interesting... I've never, ever looked at this window. This looks to be the same as clicking the [HTML...] button in MasterBorder Properties, no?

    Second, the code should work where it's been inserted via the Code Tab in Page View -- within the "Custom 3" area.

    Third, most browsers nowadays don't require the code -- they will look for "favicon.ico", although I usually insert the code anyway to be certain.
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    Interesting... I've never, ever looked at this window. This looks to be the same as clicking the [HTML...] button in MasterBorder Properties, no?
    Well, no.
    Open these two windows at the same time and compare...

    And, I never bother with inserting this code neither. If you place the favicon in the root, that will do.
    But since Nick is following this tutorial "to the letter" I thought a screenshot might come handy....
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    Well, just because I'm the curious sort, I did open both at the same time, and they appear identical. I can insert some code in one screen and edit from the other.

    It seems to be two different ways of displaying the same info. HTML Code Editor = MasterBorder Properties HTML. The only difference is the HTML Code Editor panel can remain open while you work on the page.

    Just wanted to make sure I wasn't missing something fun.
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    Are you quite sure ...?
    Right now I only have the laptop with NOF11 here. Seams to be a difference between the "page HTML" of the Masterborder and the HTML Code Editor.
    3 icons in the top of the masterborder window are greyed out.

    Now I'm curious as well.
    Can double check in NOF 12 only later this afternoon.

    ** I just did. The same in NOF12, 3 functions are not available in the masterborder HTML.
    Last edited by mia; 09-13-2012 at 01:26 PM.
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    Oh, I see it. I should never doubt you.

    ( I've never used those either... )
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