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When i paste some HTML code in source code model, it will convert the tab to space, and add <p> tag around it. And i saw a lot of " " after content rend in the page.
Is this a bug or a function that can be turn off? It's really annoy.
I never saw this on different version(v4, v6)
Any advice is welcome, thank you.
I think it may be due to configuration of tinymce - I don't think it's an Umbraco related issue but more like a tinymce issue.
Don't know if there has been any change in the behavior in tinymce 4, which Umbraco 7 is using as opossed to earlier Umbraco versions that are using tinymce 3.
If it's something that can be configured then you should be able to do it in /config/TinyMceConfig.config file.
Hope this helps.
Hi, as anyone found FIX to this issue?
i am also getting loads of   added to my RTE on save
I have also been experiencing this when trying to feed through news items via a widget. The <div><p><span> display for me on my front page which looks a bit odd. Looking through the tinyMce config I'm unable to find the cause of this.
I have done some searching and found that using @Html.Raw() removes the HTML tags and seems to fix the problem.
It seems when you paste in HTML and want the nicely formatted HTML to be persisted in the RTE that is when it puts   when you save the content.
Interesting when you paste in chrome it put loads of   whilst trying to maintain the formatted HTML. Firefox loses the formatting but does not put the  's
The idea is editors should be able to edit the source of the content without the additional nightmare of dealing with  's
Yup this is something that should just work and make it easy for editors to copy/paste content from everywhere without having to think about it. Unfortunately it seems that TinyMce is working differently across browsers so when using IE it acts differently than when using Chrome or FIrefox for instance.
Unfortunately it's not something HQ can do anything about since tinymce is a project of it's own. The only thing HQ can do is to keep the version of TinyMce used up to date with the latest release.
I don't know what it would take to try and upgrade tinymce manually - But you can try tinymce here and see if it acts as desired http://www.tinymce.com/tryit/full.php - If so it might be worth trying to do the upgrade and see if that changes anything. But before doing so make sure to keep a backup of everything in case something unforeseen should happen.
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