Customizing SBM Settings → Setting HTML Options → Rendering HTML in Notes
By default, HTML tags added to notes are rendered, enabling users to apply basic formatting to notes. If HTML5 features are also enabled for your system, users can apply basic formatting using a Rich Text Editor. (HTML5 features are enabled or disabled for your entire system at the Base Project level in Application Administrator.)
You can choose to display HTML tags in notes rather than render the tags. You may do this if the tags themselves need to be visible to users.
If users manually enter HTML as a default value, be aware that obviously "suspicious" ("dangerous") HTML is not rendered at runtime.
Use the Sanitize HTML Values in Memo Fields, Journal Fields, and Notes option in SBM Application Administrator to configure a list of approved tags, tag attributes, and restricted styles that sanitizes HTML in the database prior to rendering it in notes when the Render HTML in Notes check box is selected.
Also, note that improperly formatted HTML in notes may prevent users from viewing items to which the notes are attached. For assistance in writing properly formatted HTML, refer to the World Wide Web Consortium located at www.w3.org. If users are unable to view an item with a note attachment that contains improperly formatted HTML, you can temporarily clear the Render HTML in Notes check box, and then edit the note to properly format the HTML.
To prevent HTML from rendering in notes:
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