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Author Topic: Ooook, BBCode not working at all in articles now after 0.6beta upgrade  (Read 8375 times)

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Upgraded to 0.6 and now BBCode or HTML isnt working when posting articles. It's not a big issue, but it makes things look nicer when it's a clickable link :)


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No, thats right, bbcode don't work in articles, but regular html do.


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Nope, html isn't even working, check out the lowest article.



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Did that work before? And how does the actual code in the database look like?


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It did work before, yes.

Just looked in the DB, and code is displayed like this:

Prestigious gaming Enemy Territory was recently updated with the 2.60 patch.
  To get it, go there link

<a href="http://www.google.com">TEST</a>

Edit - Ok, the "doh" works on your forums because of the BBCode ;)


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Any ideas?


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In the database the signs &lt; means <.Literally, not html.

I am trying to duplicate this error on my local installation.


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eeuhrm are you writing your html inside the WYSIWYG editor ?


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Im just trying to post a new article with a HTML link and it's doing that insed of actually making it html :|

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I messed around and here's what I found..

I entered &lt;a href="http://www.google.com"&gt;TEST&lt;/a&gt; into the article window and it would show it exactly as typed.

If I hit the toggle button at the bottom of the article editing window and entered the same text it would show  <a href="http://www.google.com> in the article

If I enter TEST into the article it shows it exactly as typed.

If I hit the toggle button at the bottom of the article window and enter the exact same text it would show TEST as a link.

I would add that I was testing using FF. I will check IE and let you know.
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This is how its supposed to be. If you "toggle view" in the editor, you are in pure-html code modus, while normally you are in wysiwyg modus. So if you type html code in wysiwyg modus, it will be rendered as plain text. Toggle view and html code will be rendered as html.