Subject: To modify the Advanced Editor

Posted on: 23/12/17 02:07am
By: Anonymous

The version of my geeklog so as Advanced Editor.

The problem I have is the width conflict between user's post and responsive setting.
Currently the site sets all widths as 100%. But user can directly attatch width to a HTML tag, ex.
<table style="widths:800px;">
,so that system width is overwritten by user.
I can add a style sheet to fix the issue but it is messy.
How can I overwrite width in posts users try to submit before Preview/Submit ?

Re: To modify the Advanced Editor

Posted on: 23/12/17 02:27am
By: OMAL

(modify)The version of my geeklog is old, so as Advanced Editor.

Off topic, but how can I delete or modify the question I posted on this forum?

Re: To modify the Advanced Editor

Posted on: 23/12/17 08:54am
By: Laugh

You need to create an account on our site when you post. This way you can modify your forum posts (only for a short time after the initial post). This way you can also get notifications on any replies.

The current version of Geeklog is v2.1.3 and if you are using the Denim theme or Denim Curve (or have created a theme based on one of these) I think you will not run into the problem you have stated..

Geeklog v2.2.0 will be out in March (hopefully) which will have a number of updated libraries including the one for the Advanced Editor.


Re: To modify the Advanced Editor

Posted on: 25/12/17 12:59pm
By: Anonymous

Thanks Laugh.

Re: To modify the Advanced Editor

Posted on: 17/01/18 10:24am
By: OMAL

Quote by: Laugh


Geeklog v2.2.0 will be out in March (hopefully) which will have a number of updated libraries including the one for the Advanced Editor.



The editor I use in my site has a lot of obsolete features, such as automatically attached cellspacing attribute in <table> tag which is obsolete in HTML5.

Does v.2.2.0 deal with it properly?

Re: To modify the Advanced Editor

Posted on: 17/01/18 02:00pm
By: Laugh

The ckeditor editor will be updated to the latest version in Geeklog 2.2.0

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