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Post by JGDRee on November 28th 2015, 12:37 pm

I just created a new forum,. I selected allow HTML as no on the admin panel but when i tried to make a thread as a user from my friend's id, it's still showing HTML tags. I do not want them to show.I want users to make post without using HTML.

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Solved Re: HTML problem

Post by Thalapathy Vijay Jesu on November 28th 2015, 1:08 pm

Hello go to adminpanel>>>general>>>message &emails>>>Configuration open then put HTML option yes or no would like HTML option without post u put no then save done..

Thanks by j.j...

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Solved Re: HTML problem

Post by brandon_g on November 28th 2015, 1:27 pm

Hello,

Turning html off will just make it so html doesn't work when posted, it will NOT prevent any tags users post from showing up. You will just have to edit the post, remove the tags and let your users know not to use html tags in their posts. Let them know also if they want to have anything fancy show, such as bold or color they can do so using bbcodes. Smile

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Solved Re: HTML problem

Post by JGDRee on November 28th 2015, 3:00 pm





Here when i wrote hello, selected it and clicked on Bold, these <b></b> tags came on their own, same happened with the size thing....is there no way that we can write without seeing these html tags as it is very annoying and i know for sure users will not gonna like this, even if i find it annoying(atleast i know what they are but most of the people didn't even know about html)

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Solved Re: HTML problem

Post by brandon_g on November 28th 2015, 3:10 pm

What you show is NOT html, it is bbcode. There is a difference (see how one has a [ bracket the other has a < bracket?), either way if you wish for this not to appear by default in the editor, you should activate WYSIWYG mode as the default mode via the admin panel. This can be done in ACP(Admin Control Panel) > General > Messages and e-mails > Configuration > Messages > Activate the WYSIWYG mode by default in the posts :. Set this to yes and click save.

Hope this helps,
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Solved Re: HTML problem

Post by JGDRee on November 28th 2015, 3:59 pm

Oh yeah i just noticed the bracket type and it's not html Laughing

and after activating the WYSIWYGs now it's not showing that bbcode anymore....thanks for your help Smile

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Post by brandon_g on November 28th 2015, 4:31 pm

Your welcome, anytime! Very Happy

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