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iRite - <p> tag not being inserted when using IE10

Thread began 12/12/2013 5:54 am by Nathon Jones Web Design | Last modified 12/16/2013 11:38 am by Jason Byrnes | 606 views | 5 replies |

Nathon Jones Web Design

iRite - <p> tag not being inserted when using IE10

Using iRite 1.0.3 and Classic ASP.

We have two text area form fields which submit to database which we've converted to iRite boxes to allow our client to add rich text to their page however when they insert text into these fields, via IE10, it isn't inserting the paragraph tags. I have tested with IE8 and it inserts the paragraph tags without a problem.

Is this a known issue or is this something to do with cutting and pasting from Word or something? I've ticked the "Plain text only (disables Paste from Word button)" but to no avail.

Hope someone can spot what's wrong here. I can provide access to the admin backend and links to website as required.
Thank you.
NJ

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

That version of iRite uses a deprecated version of the CKEditor. It was deprecated before IE 10 was released.

It also used a different file manager to current CKEditor versions, so updating the files manually will be problematic.

actually, since you are still on classic ASP, I'm not sure that updating the files manually will work at all, even without the file manager.

I would urge your users to use a different browser, or to use the Developer tool in IE to use the IE 8 rendering engine.

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Nathon Jones Web Design

What does deprecated mean Jason?
I think my client has it working fine in Chrome though.
Thanks.
NJ

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Deprecated means Discontinued.

It is a version that is no longer being developed for. It has been EOL'd (End of Life) by the developer.

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Nathon Jones Web Design

That's not to say that it wouldn't function though, just that it is no longer being developed for or support provided for it, right?
iRite still seems fine to me, and we use it with a few different websites. Your new version is called HTML Editor though, is that right?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

no, it's not to say that it wont function.

but we do not offer support for it anymore, neither does CKEditor. as newer browsers are released, it may cease to function though.

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