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WYSIWYG 2.3.2 & Phpnuke 7.6.0.3.1 (resecured Nukescript)
 
 
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gertje79
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2007 3:33 pm    Post subject: WYSIWYG 2.3.2 & Phpnuke 7.6.0.3.1 (resecured Nukescript) Reply with quote

Hi everyone.

I'm having a problem getting nuke WYSIWYG working fine at our site.
I've changed the config.php and mainfile.php and also edited the index.php wich is in the map module/news/admin

The first time i got a blank screen and i tried the solution in a other topic from this forum.
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I don't get the blank screen anymore but i don't see the editor in the administrative section when i want to change or make a new story. I know it's not the biggest story but when i need to post some code or something just ask..

Thnx!
  
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 13, 2007 6:12 pm    Post subject: Re: WYSIWYG 2.3.2 & Phpnuke 7.6.0.3.1 (resecured Nukescr Reply with quote

Have you turned on error reporting in config.php and does it report any errors?
  
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 17, 2007 2:31 pm    Post subject: Re: WYSIWYG 2.3.2 & Phpnuke 7.6.0.3.1 (resecured Nukescr Reply with quote

Guardian wrote:
Have you turned on error reporting in config.php and does it report any errors?


My error reporting was turned on, but i finally did find the problem.
In the file modules/news/admin/index.php i changed all the fields and at that moment i've got a problem that there was no text in the editor.

That problem was resolved by changing the field name.
In the topic of my op the field name was named to story and storyext. That will never work. Confused

This worked fine for me.

Code:
echo "<br><br>" 

        ."<b>"._STORYTEXT.":</b> ("._HTMLISFINE.")<br>"
#   ."<textarea cols=\"50\" rows=\"12\" name=\"story\"></textarea><br>"
   ,wysiwyg_textarea("hometext", "$hometext", "NukeUser", "50", "12")
        ."<br><br><b>"._EXTENDEDTEXT.":</b><br>"
      ,wysiwyg_textarea("bodytext", "$bodytext", "NukeUser", "50", "12")
#   ."<textarea cols=\"50\" rows=\"12\" name=\"storyext\"></textarea><br>"


The hometext and bodytext are for the admin section from the news module most important and of course the $hometext and $bodytext to show the message in the edit section...
My problem is solved and the editor is working. Very Happy
Thnx for your support Guardian. Wink
  
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Guardian
PostPosted: Wed Oct 17, 2007 3:37 pm    Post subject: Re: WYSIWYG 2.3.2 & Phpnuke 7.6.0.3.1 (resecured Nukescr Reply with quote

Glad you are working now Smile
  
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