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Extra quotes added to image URL and Alt text

Thread began 2/07/2011 11:13 am by janet259027 | Last modified 2/08/2011 12:28 pm by janet259027 | 975 views | 3 replies


Extra quotes added to image URL and Alt text

I just created an update page via Data Assist and the only thing I changed was I made a text field into an HTML Editor field.

I works nicely except that when I right click on an image to change the path or alt text, it adds quotes on both sides of the URL (so I have to delete them) and it adds two quotes at the beginning of the Alt and one at the end of the Alt text.

Is there anyway to make it not add the extra quotes when I'm updating an image?

The document type is: XHTML 1.0 Strict
Formatting and Encoding is: Indent 4
Greek and Latin: Encode Both
and Encode HTML entities

Copy and Paste is: Keep structure from Word

Additional Settings: Check Spelling as you type.

The Editor Preset is FULL

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