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How to get rid of head & body tags.

Thread began 11/09/2009 12:34 am by john384495 | Last modified 11/10/2009 12:51 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1271 views | 4 replies |

john384495

How to get rid of head & body tags.

This didn't start ocurring until after I upgrade. My content is in the body tag and everytime someone enter something in the field...these tags get thrown. I took off "auto format" and "clean WYSIWYG code" thinking that might help as the help file explains what these so I see it clearly as mud.


Auto format: Checking this box enables the editor to automatically format the source code when the form is submitted to ensure that it is stored appropriately in the database.

Clean WYSIWYG code: When selected, the HTML Editor will attempt to clean up the code that is inserted into the editor to be as standards compliant as possible.

Merry Christmas.

John

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john384495

Forgot to show you the tags...

<html dir="ltr">
<head>
<title></title>
</head>
<body>
</body>
</html>

I am already in the body tag so this just goofs up everything.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Edit the HTML Editor instance, on the General Tab un-check the Full page editing option.


from tthe help documentation:
Full page editing: When checked, configures the editor to handle content for entire pages, rather than fragments of pages.

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john384495

Thanks Jason...appreciate it.


You guys would save yourself some time by writing down all these problems or questions and add them the help file.

"from the help documentation:
Full page editing: When checked, configures the editor to handle content for entire pages, rather than fragments of pages. "

handle content for entire page???

rather than fragments of pages???

Now, I am no professional but those statement are vague...where the info on setting tags for the page such as html, header and body tags.....

Just a thought to save you another question a few weeks down the line...

Great product though....has some quirks but overall...would buy again.

John

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I have forwarded your comments to the documentation team.

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