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IE page loading issue

Thread began 10/12/2009 11:46 am by kevin347925 | Last modified 3/28/2010 10:10 pm by neilo | 1359 views | 3 replies |


IE page loading issue

For some reason, when I open a page that contains iRite in Internet Explorer, the page automatically scrolls down to the iRite textbox with the typing cursor blinking inside of it. Is there a way to force the page to load at the top instead of at the iRite textbox?

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On the 'General' tab of the iRite interface, did you check the box that says 'Set focus on load' ?

If so, uncheck that box and upload the iRite javascript file with new setting.

Alternatively just change the line in the relevant iRite .js file from

FCKConfig.StartupFocus = true;


FCKConfig.StartupFocus = false;

and upload the javascript file.

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iRite Focus Problem

I have iRite as well, and am having this exact same program, but my edit box is set to focus false both in the wizard and in my JS script. Why else would this do this.

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Hi Carlene,

Can't really think why that should happen if the tick-box isn't ticked.

As far as I know, the only place focus is specified is in the main fckconfig.js file, or if you have edited the editor (as it were) it will create a new javascript file in the editor's 'Custom' folder, which will hold the value for focus set (as you now have a 'custom' configuration).

That .js file will probably be partially named after the page on which the editor instance was that you edited. (i.e - if it was on a page called updatethis.php, then the .js will be called something like 'updatethis_somethingValue.js'.

The only other thing I can think of is that if rour iRite folder was inside another directory in your root directory, then if it has been edited, it will have created a whole new set of iRite (or HTMLEditor) folders in the root directory. It might be worth checking in there too, if that is the case.

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