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Adding a tagboard as a widget

  1. Cbox site: http://cbox.ws/
    I want to add a tagboard to my sidebar.
    Moving from Blogger to WordPress, I find that wordpress likes to cut out some html code. I used a text widget and stuck in the html code for a tag board:

    <!-- BEGIN CBOX - http://www.cbox.ws -->
    <div align="center" id="cboxdiv">
    <iframe frameborder="0" width="160" height="305" src="http://www2.cbox.ws/box/?boxid=1594511&boxtag=9252&sec=main" marginheight="2" marginwidth="2" scrolling="auto" allowtransparency="yes" name="cboxmain" style="border:#FEFEFE 1px solid;" id="cboxmain"></iframe><br/>
    <iframe frameborder="0" width="160" height="75" src="http://www2.cbox.ws/box/?boxid=1594511&boxtag=9252&sec=form" marginheight="2" marginwidth="2" scrolling="no" allowtransparency="yes" name="cboxform" style="border:#FEFEFE 1px solid;border-top:0px" id="cboxform"></iframe>
    </div>
    <!-- END CBOX -->

    WordPress strips it all into this:

    <!-- BEGIN CBOX - http://www.cbox.ws -->
    <div align="center">
    <br>

    </div>
    <!-- END CBOX -->

    Obviously, the new code does absolutely nothing, and I can't figure out how to get around this. =S

  2. You can't. Tagboards are not allowed on WP.com blogs for security reasons. You can have a meebo widget instead, but that's about it.

  3. Note that the CSS upgrade applies only to the look of your blog; it does nothing whatsoever to circumvent security restrictions. Those are in force for all non-VIP blogs on WP.com; VIP hosting costs several hundred dollars per month.

  4. Oh I see, thanks =D

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