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Turn of html filter in building MCE

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Please do not be such a dictator. I am a free person in a free country. Nice to buildin an editor, but that leave us with no options. there is a filter setting in Joomla wich I turned of. And I removed tiny MCE to hope that this html filter is gone.
When i deside to at an svg vorm I wil so. please, don't stop me. let me make my own choice an give me an option to turn of this stupid html filter no one asked for. :(


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Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
1) JCE Editor has also HTML mode, you have more options about filters.
2) You can use RAW HTML addon

We are all slaves in government hands. Horrible but true.


More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi guy's . Normaly I use a piece of code from the pagebuilder to use this kind of code. I am often in war with the html fitering in general. Maybe it's the first thing I shutdown when starting a new website.

In this case I am working ( in a test fase ) on a beer company website. They have the letters CRUE placed in an arc.
So I searched how to place letters in an arc with css code, for use on the landing page with an big picture of beer on the background (slide show - full width). I can try to use code, but that cannot be used with the slide show.
If there was a setting to set the buildin tiny-MCE my "problem" is solved. but this option is unavailable.

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Yes, there a way to customize TinyMCE editor used on our site, but it doesn't make sense, because after the next SSPB update code will be overridden. Maybe try as I said JCE Editor.
Sorry, my options are also limited.

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