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beardedavenger
Hey there! So since you are entering stuff on a page, you don't need all the HTML markup stuff like . Only put the this on the page and nothing else. [code]
FusionCharts will load here!
[/code] Then, the script is javascript, and it's what makes that thing work. So from , you'll need to place this under Header Scripts, in Custom Code within your PageLines admin panel. Anything custom like this, the scripts need to go in the header (or footer but we'll save that lesson for later). I'd also suggest this cool course online to learn some basic HTML stuff because it's good stuff to know. http://www.codecademy.com/courses/html-one-o-one Let me know if that helps out. Nick

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Rob
Hi, the Javascript must be loaded into your site's header but also be present in your site or fully linked with a complete URL. This "FusionCharts/FusionCharts.js" won't work. You need to upload the [b]FusionCharts.js[/b] to your site, probably best in a folder under the public html area (same level as wp-content, wp-admin, etc.) You can call the folder FusionCharts (to avoid confusion but the path must be correct. You must also load [b]Column3D.swf[/b] to that same folder. A full URL would serve well. Then in Dashboard > PlatformPro > Custom Code in Headers area, paste this:[code][/code] Placing the code in the Headers area of PlatformPro will load it inside the site's header area. Loading it inside a post will not have that effect. If the Data.xml is available, you'll need to load that too, in the same folder. You cannot (successfully) add , and tags within a post or page because they already exist. I'd suggest visiting your site and right clicking to "View Source" where you'll see that those tags are present.

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