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Changing WYSIWYG editor to do rel="external" instead of target="_blank"

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Community Member, 15 Posts

14 February 2011 at 3:05am

Hi all,

I'm trying to make my Silverstripe theme XHTML Strict W3C compliant. However _target is not allowed, the easy fix for this is to change this to rel="external" and let a js do the legwork. However i have to change the way the WYSIWYG editor adds external pages. I have to change that from _blank to rel=external.

Does anyone know where to find the line to edit this, i have checked around and found some JS files wich did some of the WYSIWYG code but couldnt find it so far..


Forum Moderator, 1899 Posts

14 February 2011 at 5:46am

Could be in C:\wamp\www\aoa\sapphire\javascript\tiny_mce_improvements.js
I'd advise searching the files, for example with textpad...

Search -> find in files
find "_blank"
in files "*.php *.ss *.js *.css"
in folder "C:\wamp\www\aoa\sapphire"

gives me loads of results, just forwarded the one that seems most likely