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How to get HTMLArea working!!


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robertybob
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Jan 5, 2005, 1:37 AM

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How to get HTMLArea working!! Can't Post

Hi all.

This is bugging me now so hope someone can help out :)

I'm assuming that htmlaea can edit a normal html page so that it can be viewed in a browser. I cannot however get any of it to work! I have the following questions.

1. What URL do I use to call up the editing suite to edit the content as opposed to the actual file to be viewed by a site visitor?

2. What do I add to the editable page so it can be edited - nothing I have used seems to work (ie - the code provided in the instructions). I'm using an exact http://www etc etc editor url path but all else seems to be the same as everyone else's code.

3. How do I save the changes made so the new page is viewed by the next visitor?

Many thanks!!

RB


nikki
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Jan 7, 2005, 7:16 AM

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Re: [robertybob] How to get HTMLArea working!! [In reply to] Can't Post

where the hell are the replies to this post ??????


robertybob
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Jan 7, 2005, 10:57 AM

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Re: [robertybob] How to get HTMLArea working!! [In reply to] Can't Post

ok - i had to take another look and read thru some other forums....

seems that whilst htmlarea allows you to edit a page, it is not designed to save the changes or the file - you have to work out a way to do that yourself! i've set it up to write to a database which seems to like the html view but not the wysiwyg view.

so basically, you can use htmlarea to make your changes then either save the resulting code to a file or db.........

i was way down the wrong path for a while there..........oh well

 
 
 


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