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Adding HTML Editor to an existing form

Thread began 1/22/2010 4:55 pm by nickj | Last modified 1/25/2010 5:32 pm by Jimmy Wu | 800 views | 3 replies |

nickj

Adding HTML Editor to an existing form

When adding the editor to an existing form, the input field name is replace by something but then I need to update the input/update forms to bind this new thingy:) . What do I bind to? This form was not built by WADA it was built with ADDT.

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nick

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Jimmy Wu

Could you go into more detail on what you are trying to do? I'm not entirely sure that I understand what you are asking about.

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nickj

I have an existing form, built last year with ADDT and I want to replace an existin text input with the HTML Editor .

Since the editor replaces the form input: ( <input type="text" name="summary_<?php echo $cnt1; ?>" id="summary_<?php echo $cnt1; ?>" value="<?php echo KT_escapeAttribute($row_rsevent_eve['summary']); ?>" size="32" maxlength="255" />

with it's own reference, how do I update the insert behavior, what do I bind that field in the database with?

Nick

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Jimmy Wu

The HTML editor instance should have the same name as the text field that was in your original form. You should bind the value to the same field.

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