[opencms-dev] TinyMCE editor creates absolute links
flakstad at npolar.no
Mon May 7 12:10:10 CEST 2012
Many thanks for your answers.
I actually replied Friday, but looks like it didn't make it through, so I'm trying again. Sorry if somebody gets this two times.
About the links:
Will I need to build the whole thing or is it enough to build a new opencms.jar?
About the height:
I want to set the height to various values for different elements in structured content, so I can't give any one number. But say, if I wanted it 120px high, as an example - is it possible?
As for browsers, I'd say at least Firefox and IE (there are several people using the system and I don't know what they're all using).
From: opencms-dev-bounces at opencms.org [mailto:opencms-dev-bounces at opencms.org] On Behalf Of Georg Westenberger
Sent: 4. mai 2012 17:52
To: The OpenCms mailing list
Subject: Re: [opencms-dev] TinyMCE editor creates absolute links
> 1.) How can I keep internal links relative?
> Internal links are made absolute by the editor. (E.g. "/folder/file.html" becomes "http://www.site.com/folder/file.html"), and having absolute links to internal resources won't do - the workplace domian is not identical to the site domain. As far as I can tell, the relevant setting in TinyMCE are "relative_urls" (and possibly also "document_base_url"), but I can't seem to find it anywhere. Help..?
The absolute links are actually not the direct cause of your problem,
they just trigger a bug in the link processing of OpenCms. Unfortunately
there isn't a simple way to fix this via configuration, but this bug is
already fixed in the master branch of our github repo
(https://github.com/alkacon/opencms-core/), if you are interested.
Otherwise you could switch back to FCKEditor.
> 2.) Can I configure the editor height in the XSD?
> This was a useful option when using the FCKEditor, but it doesn't seem to work with TinyMCE out-of-the-box.
Which size are you trying to set it to, and which browser are you using?
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