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iRite Upload Double Quotes

Thread began 5/21/2009 12:46 pm by mike325598 | Last modified 9/15/2009 5:40 pm by mike325598 | 4795 views | 14 replies


Please don't assume that everyone knows what you guys are talking about. I don't, and need a little better guidance as to where to make these changes.

I originally thought it was because my customer was pasting from Microsoft Word. When I pasted from Notepad, updated it, and refreshed the page in the browser, it worked. If I refreshed it a second or third time, I get links with double quotes.

I found where the other guy showed the text from his web page, and here's mine:

Dim WARichTextEditor_1 : Set WARichTextEditor_1 = CreateRichTextEditor ("Column1", "../WA_iRite/", "100%", "400px", "Default", "../custom/HomePage_Update_Column11.js", "" & cStr(Replace((WADAHomePage.Fields.Item("Column1").Value)&"", """", """)) & "")

So, where do I change the defaults?


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