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HTML - Incorrect code-saving

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In progress HTML - Incorrect code-saving

Post by manofXtreme on February 15th 2014, 5:26 pm

This message is for the Forumotion-Admins:
There are 3 annoying problems with the HTML-editing on the admin-panel which really need to be fixed:

1 - HTML-Code not saving correctly
I quite often edit my HTML codes (Modules --> HTML) in WYSIWYG-mode on my admin-panel. So while coding, my code always has a nice structure but when I save the code, the whole structure of the code gets messed up. The homepage works properly anyway but I have no good overview of my code. It's really annoying and this really has to be fixed.
Here'sa pic that describes the problem. After seeing the pic, imagine how a big code would look if it gets messed up like that!
I'm sure it's not just me that's having this problem for more than about 5 months.

2 - Not able to edit the HTML-code
If I want to edit my HTML-page in the advanced mode, I simply can't write anything on the code-box because if I click somewhere in the code, nothing happens. It's hard to describe, best would be to try it out yourselves. Please fix this aswell.

3 - Umlauts
I sometimes use umlauts (,,) in my HTML-codes. So to show them correctly on the page I have to use "& auml;" to convert it to "".
The problem is: Once I edit the page again, the "& auml;" on my code changes to "" for some reason. Then I always have to change it back to "& auml;" so it shows it correctly as "".
This is a small problem but it can become so annyoing if you edit your pages very often (I do).


These are the problems that I and surely many other people are experiencing for the last months. I'm waiting for it to be fixed so I can finally start the new page I wanted to do last month.
Hope you will fix it soon,

manof


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In progress Re: HTML - Incorrect code-saving

Post by SLGray on February 15th 2014, 6:45 pm



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In progress Re: HTML - Incorrect code-saving

Post by manofXtreme on February 16th 2014, 2:07 pm

Thanks alot! Didn't find that topic. I hope Google will fix it soon.

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In progress Re: HTML - Incorrect code-saving

Post by Derri on February 16th 2014, 2:49 pm

Hi,

Also do not preview your code as this can make it loose its formatting.


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Post by Jophy on February 18th 2014, 4:23 am

Hello,

I would suggest you to report the problems in the topic provided by SLGray, this is for the technicians to notice. Wink

I will forward this problem as well. Wink

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