Scenario: You want to make your own nodelet which behaves exactly like a real nodelet,
to contain certain custom content.
(We'll call this content B, for Body.)
Solution: Edit your Free Nodelet and duplicate the same form of
"separator" html which occurs between actual nodelets.
Implementation: View the html source and see what stuff goes between each nodelet.
(We'll call this stuff H, for Header.)
Put B at the bottom of your Free Nodelet, and put H
just above it.
Be sure to customize the content of H for titles, IDs, etc.
For example, if you wanted to make a "real" nodelet out of your
Mini Super Search form, you could put the following H
above the form code:
<!-- Nodelet Break -->
<tbody class="nodelet" id="Mini_Super_Search">
<tr class="nodelet_head_row" id="nodelet_head_row_Mini_Super_Sea
Mini Super Search
<tr class="nodelet_body_row" id="nodelet_body_row_Mini_Super_Sea
PS — If you set "display nodelets as div" in your Display Settings, you will have to adjust the above to reflect the use of div rather than
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