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Last Post: February 8, 2005   (RSS)

By Giskard - February 8, 2005

Hello,

After attempting to modify the initIframe() function in the "HTMLArea.prototype.generate" prototype, I've noticed that when the content is written to the iFrame, it essesntially creates a browser history item.

The problem this creates is that if a user that wants to go to the previous page (by hitting "Back" in their browser) they must click "Back" twice. The first click unloads the WYSIWYG data; the second returns to the previous URL.

Does anyone have any ideas for a workaround?

Here's the code:
if (!editor.config.fullPage) {
doc.open();
var html = "<html>\n";
html += "<head>\n";
if (editor.config.baseURL)
html += '<base href="' + editor.config.baseURL + '" />';
html += "<style>" + editor.config.pageStyle +
" html,body { border: 0px; }</style>\n";
html += "</head>\n";
html += "<body>\n";
html += editor._textArea.value;
html += "</body>\n";
html += "</html>";
doc.write(html);
doc.close();
} else {
...snip...
}


Thanks is advance!

-Giskard

Re: [Giskard] Users must click "Back" twice when using WYSIWYG

By ross - February 8, 2005

Hi Giskard.

Thanks for posting and welcome to the board!

We have recently dedicated an entire website to htmlArea which has its own forums and I think that if you could post this questions there too, you would have a better chance at getting a great answer.

Not being an expert with JavaScript, I am not exactly sure if there is a way around this. I know that it also happens when you are working with regular frames.

Hopefully between our community and the htmlarea community you should be able to get some help [:)].
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