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Include HTML This setting is included with the following feeds: JSON, RSS, XML (Atom) and iCal. This setting allows HTML to be turned off in the feeds, and mainly for iCal feeds since programs like Outlook do not recognize the HTML and display the HTML code instead of formatted text. The default feed setting is set to Yes. These settings can be found under Publish>Feeds tab and then Edit Settings & Styles for each feed. You can also override the default setting using the HTML URL parameter. For example https://www.trumba.com/calendars/concerts.rss?html=0 will output the RSS feed without HTML formatting. Valid values are true, 1, false, or 0. As a note, the RSS and XML (Atom) feeds don’t look very good in browsers if you turn off HTML because the text runs together without the line breaks so it’s probably best to leave the default as Yes for RSS and XML (Atom) feeds. Include Custom Fields in Notes Since most calendar programs that read the published iCal feed don’t recognize Trumba custom field properties in the iCal file there is need to include these values in body of the event along with the Description field so they will show up in calendar programs that subscribe to the feed. The default is set to No for each published calendar, so you may want to edit the feed settings to Yes. These settings can be found under Publish>Feeds tab and then Edit Settings & Styles for the iCal feed. You can also override the default setting using the customnotes URL parameter. For example https://www.trumba.com/calendars/concerts.ics?customnotes=1 will output the iCal feed with custom fields in the notes.
Does Trumba have a field type that allows HTML? What I'm wanting to do is add several fields to a Sports event type that would allow us to link to game recaps and to audio and video of a game. I realize there is the Web Link field type. That's close, but I don't want to show the actual link since some of those links are quite long. For instance, I'd prefer to display the score and have it link to the recap.. Oh, and by the way, while just being able to put HTML in a field and have it render would be nice, it'd be even nicer if it was WYSIWYG or some easier way for the average user to just put the text they want and the link they want without having to know HTML.