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FCKeditor stripping image


gdl

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Though the Allowed HTML for the basic user lists the <img> tag, as you can see from the images below, it still strips it out, when previewing and publishing. Can you please explain what I am missing? Running GL 1.5.0 on this install.

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Check Source

Stripped Out

User HTML

Btw... Why did you remove the bbcode capability from the forums here on Geeklog.net? Screenshots are a very good thing to have in a forum. Plus it prevents people from having to click the links and have to go back again. The absence of the image embedding in this forum is one more example of poor usability.

-Dan
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gdl

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Solved

Thanks to suprsidr for the guidance.

I wasn't adding the attributes to the src element in the User HTML filter in config.
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Dirk

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That's a bug in 1.5.x. In earlier versions, when you activated the Advanced Editor, it automatically added a couple of additional HTML tags that you needed to be able to use FCKeditor properly. That functionality is missing in 1.5.x but was added again in 1.6.0.

In the meantime, you can add the missing HTML tags in your siteconfig.php. See here for an earlier discussion.


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Btw... Why did you remove the bbcode capability from the forums here on Geeklog.net?


For security reasons. The same reason why we don't allow the normal HTML img tag by default.

bye, Dirk
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