Ticket #1369 (closed New Feature: duplicate)

Opened 7 years ago

Last modified 6 years ago

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Reported by: jlindenbaum@… Owned by:
Priority: Normal Milestone:
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Keywords: SF Cc:

Description

Hi FCKeditor team,

I've run into a slight problem and think I have a solution for it.

I know this is not very common, but here goes:

I use FCKeditor in the EasyFill CMS my company writes (openSource). Now we've had a "bug" from a user who decided to put a META redirect into a page. Now when he tries to edit the page with FCKeditor, of course, the page will redirect when the content box loads the META. To fix - one has to go into the database and remove or manipulate the META.

Solution: A feature, similar to that of Dreamweaver (Yes, I said it... :( ). Dreamweaver uses placeholder images for Scripts - be it JS or PHP or other languages that need "special" parsing upon calling the page.

Would it be possible to have FCKeditor to something similar? E.g. If FCKeditor recognizes a <meta> tag in the content box, not to parse it, but use a image to denote the existence of a meta tag in there? So in my users case that would result in an image (or similar) "You have a meta tag here", but FCKeditor not parsing the meta thus the page still being editable without the redirect.

Regards,
Johannes Lindenbaum


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Change History

comment:1 Changed 7 years ago by alfonsoml

  • Reporter changed from alfonsoml to jlindenbaum@…

comment:2 Changed 7 years ago by martinkou

Putting a meta refresh in full page HTML mode no longer triggers a page refresh in FCKeditor SVN. There is no image for denoting the <meta> tag in WYSIWYG mode though.

comment:3 Changed 6 years ago by arczi

  • Status changed from new to closed
  • Resolution set to duplicate

The main problem is solved, new feature is also described in ticket #586 so I close this ticked.

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