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HTML Codes Showing up in Sharepoint Calendar

Posted on 2011-03-16
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Hi Everyone,

I have been using the Sharepoint 2010 calendar. At the bottom of certain days are links saying (2 more items, 1 more items) etc..
When I click any one of these links, I get HTML code showing up for the whole calendar.

Below is an example: (Note: This also shows up under properties, in the Calendar text field)

<span style='background-color:Green'><font color='White'>Sick - Kamoa</font></span>

Is there a way to turn of this from displaying?

Thanks So much for any help,
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It looks like there is some icorrect code on your page somewhere.

Can you send the full code of the page?

I'm thinking of something like this:

<XYZ id="XXX><span style='background-color:Green'><font color='White'>Sick - Kamoa</font></span>

where thge closing " is missing somewhere.
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Okay, but still searching for an answer.
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