"Pseudo-XML" classes have been defined to make it easier to edit patches of HTML in a consistent way. These look like XML, but exist only in the database. The website application converts these classes into HTML. This is not actual XML in that there is no real XML parser, so only the class(es) defined below may be used in database content records.
All pseudo-XML classes will appear to be part of the "c7w" namespace. This will make the tags easy to spot in the HTML content records.
Pseudo-XML class list
will appear as
- "address": email address user (before the "@")
- "domain": email domain (after the "@")
Email name, i.e. what actually appears in the visible link on the page.