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HTML EDITOR - (how to clear html tags before I update a record)

Thread began 12/30/2010 10:08 pm by Gizza372666 | Last modified 1/13/2011 2:26 am by Gizza372666 | 2681 views | 15 replies

Gizza372666

HTML EDITOR - (how to clear html tags before I update a record)

When I select a record to update, it shows the html tags and on the Source view some funny characters (e.g. href="www). Can you please let me know if it is possible to clear the html tags automatically before I update the record?
Once I have updated the record on PHP_my_Admin table layout I need to have the HTML tags so when I display data by using a record Set I need the html tags there (this works fine).

In other words, my customer doesn't know HTML and I don't want to confuse him.
What I am asking is a nice user interface for my customer to change some of the contents on his website. This is why I bought HTML EDITOR in the first place.
For the mean time I am asking him to delete the contents and retype them but he is not happy with this.

Current example when I try to update a record using the HTML Editor:

Source View:

the link below for address and map details. <a href="page.php" class="Click_Here </a>

Normal view:
the link below for address and map details. <a href="http://www.website.com/page.php" class="englishe_blue">Click_Here</a>


What I need is:

Source View:
the link below for address and map details. <a href="http://www.website.com/page.php" class="englishe_blue">Click_Here</a>


Normal View:

the link below for address and map details. Click_Here


Please help!!

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