How to show the radius tag in the content

How do I show the radius tag in the copy of the page?

I’ve entered this:


    
    

in my body copy in the admin but it always renders no matter which
filter I use, even none. With textile I get the following html

Meta Tags – if you do not put them in the layout then they won’t appear! So make sure you get these in:


    <meta name="description" content="" />
    <meta name="keywords" content="" />

to get

This is a clean install of 0.6.9 on
http://www.jasperkooij.com/100-days-ruby-on-rails/day-1-installing/.

the site itself is not quite together yet since I did the install last
sunday and have been working on the design implementation figuring out
the inner workings of implementing a design onto Radiant. That’s after
all the best way to learn! I finally have some time to get this going.

Jasper

Jasper,

Because of (a limitation in) the way the Radius parser is implemented,
you cannot put Radius tags in the page that will not be interpreted.
Radius is also interpreted before any filter is run. If you want them
to appear in the output as they would in the input, you must escape the
<> characters manually.

Sean

I probably wasn’t clear before… here’s what your code snippet should
look like:


  <r:meta:description />
  <r:meta:keywords />

Sean

Hi Sean,

That escaping worked with the markdown filter including redoing the
images code from textile to markdown.

http://www.jasperkooij.com/100-days-ruby-on-rails/day-1-installing/

Thanks

Jasper

Couldn’t you write a radiant tag to escape it?

Nathan S. wrote:

fyi, your site looks jacked-up in safari:
http://skitch.com/nsutton/shkd/jacked-up

yes, that is my fault for not getting to the secondary pages yet! I’ve
just started converting from a 1 page html design to the website.

Jasper

fyi, your site looks jacked-up in safari:
http://skitch.com/nsutton/shkd/jacked-up

Same deal in firefox 3 as well.

Nathan,

No, that’s exactly my point – at least, not with the current
implementation.

Sean