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    Sorry, but that is not possible. You will need to use the link in the main menu (Add ons) for “Edit pages”, and you must be logged in first for that to appear.

    To use kiwitrees functions you must be able to enter PHP code, not html, and that would be a ridiculous security risk for these pages.

    My personal kiwitrees site is