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  • jonathanc
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    SOLVED: TinyMCE problem - Javascript attempting to load .php file Link to this post

    Hi there,

    New to SilverStripe and new to the forums.

    I just installed a fresh version of Silverstripe on top of Ubuntu/Nginx/PHP/Mysql and so far everything has worked perfectly except for the following:

    When I go to load the page editor, the page fails to load the TinyMCE Editor and inspector shows the error:

    Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token <


    At the bottom of the page in the Javascript Includes area, there is an include attempting to load a .php file instead of a .js file and of course fails when the first line is "<?php"

    <script type="text/javascript" src="/framework/thirdparty/tinymce/tiny_mce_gzip.php?m=1384281859&amp;js=1&amp;plugins=table,emotions,paste,media,fullscreen,inlinepopups,advimagescale&amp;themes=advanced&amp;languages=en&amp;diskcache=true&amp;src=false"></script>

    Is this a failure on something else, or is there somewhere I can change it to load the .js file instead of the .php file.



    Found a solution:

    Under /framework/forms/HtmlEditorField.php i replaced the following block of code:

    if(Config::inst()->get('HtmlEditorField', 'use_gzip')) {
    $internalPlugins = array();
    foreach($configObj->getPlugins() as $plugin => $path) if(!$path) $internalPlugins[] = $plugin;
    $tag = TinyMCE_Compressor::renderTag(array(
    'url' => THIRDPARTY_DIR . '/tinymce/tiny_mce_gzip.js',
    'plugins' => implode(',', $internalPlugins),
    'themes' => 'advanced',
    'languages' => $configObj->getOption('language')
    ), true);
    preg_match('/src="([^"]*)"/', $tag, $matches);

    } else {
    Requirements::javascript(MCE_ROOT . 'tiny_mce_src.js');


    Requirements::javascript(MCE_ROOT . 'tiny_mce_src.js');

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