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Hi eveyone, I have a little problem with mojo built in editors, they add extra tags and symbols like <p> </p> when I try to add some markup to text, is there any workaround?
We've been discussing this problem recently on this thread. I'm afraid I do not yet have a solution for it and the only workaround I know is to use the source view in those cases where you do not want the p, remove it and save without switching back to wysiwyg view. For general content I don't see it as a huge problem because content should be in paragraphs most of the time, but there are cases where its a big nuisance that the editor does this.
Yes sometimes it becomes nuisance, especially when a user without any knowledge in HTML is trying to edit content from the design view, upload image etc. I'm starting to think about changing the default editor, replacing it maybe with Telerik RadEditor, what do you think about it?
Many thanks and regards
Thats fine for you if it solves the problem for you, but I must stick with open source solutions.
Hm, now I tried this
FCKConfig.EnterMode = 'br'; // p | div | br
FCKConfig.ShiftEnterMode = 'p'; // p | div | br (these two only)
as you've suggested on that topic and it seems to work for images, so, the main problem is solved for me :) thank you
I also visited FCKeditor forum and found the same solution. Maybe it doesn't help with all browsers but at least it doesn't add <p> to images in FF 3.5,
IE 8 and Google Chrome any more :)
Hope to see MojoPortal a CMS award winner (I think it's the best overall indeed and have voted for it :))