Opened 14 years ago

Closed 13 years ago

#652 closed defect (fixed)

Relative path mysteries

Reported by: silmarillion Owned by: gogo
Priority: normal Milestone:
Component: Xinha Core Version: trunk
Severity: normal Keywords:
Cc:

Description

Hello Xinha-people

First of off I would like to say thanks for a wonderful, and very important, fast, WYSIWYG system. I'm working on integrating it into a CMS, and even rewriting a customized version of Linker-plugin so it provides internal links proved quite easy, thank you!
But I'm having some trouble with relative paths... I'm not the first one I can see in the forums, but the solutions suggested have not helped me, so I'll try to describe my problem:
When I insert a picture through the InsertImage?-plugin everything work great, the baseHref is removed as I have stripBaseHref turned on, so far so good and my image-tag have a src-value of "uploads/images/myimage.gif". The image is also shown as it should be in a great WYSIWYG-system like yours.
But then the trouble starts:

  1. If I enter "show/edit html" mode I can se the link as I said above, but reentering wysiwyg-mode converts the link to an absolute "http://localhost/cms/uploads/images/myimage.gif". Why?? And the image is not shown in the editor-field anymore only a placeholder with the same dimensions.
  2. If I drag the image to another place in wysiwyg-mode, the image disappears leaving a placeholder, and the link is now converted to something like "../../uploads/images/myimage.gif" What??? I just dragged it, it shouldn't change the link at all!?

I hope someone can help me with a solution to this as it is one of the last issues I have with my integration-efforts.

I am using a quite new version from svn. And I should perhaps mention than ordinary links (<a href>) are not harmed by entering html-mode and returning.

Thank you for any help!

Best regards
Morten/Silmarillion?

Change History (1)

comment:1 Changed 13 years ago by ray

  • Resolution set to fixed
  • Status changed from new to closed
  1. see #556
  2. see #448
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