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  • Phill
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    Allowing inline javascript Link to this post

    Hey

    I need to use inline javascript to display a service from an external site iv been trying to insert it through the html option but its just getting stripped out, any ideas on how i can change ss/tinyMCE to allow javascript to be inserted through the html input option?

    Thanks

  • retrocool
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    Re: Allowing inline javascript Link to this post

    Did the solution turn out to be 'use another CMS'? Or did you get any help?

    Struggling with this one myself.

    retrocool

  • banal
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    Re: Allowing inline javascript Link to this post

    For these kind of things I usually create a separate Page-Type, something like a EmbedPage. This page simply has a regular TextField where you would insert raw HTML code that is then placed in the template...
    Inserting scripts or other stuff like flash embeds is usually a bad idea and doesn't work well with a wysiwyg editor.

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