wysiwyg links and subfolders

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Last Post: December 12, 2011   (RSS)

Re: [zick] wysiwyg links and subfolders

By Jason - December 9, 2011

Hi,

You can try using the "Save full URL for local links and images" option in general settings. This should use an absolute path to your page, keeping you in the sub folder.

Hope this helps
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Re: [Jason] wysiwyg links and subfolders

By Zicky - December 9, 2011

Hi,

You can try using the "Save full URL for local links and images" option in general settings. This should use an absolute path to your page, keeping you in the sub folder.

Hope this helps


Hey Jason,
I tried that, but it sets the full URL to the http root level and the page I'm working with is located within a sub-folder that along with this page are the other re-purposed site pages, that I'd like links created in the wysiwyg to go to.

So in any link created with the wysiwyg is free of the full URL http://your-domain.com/this-site-page.php and looks only for the this-site-page.php page. This way the page links created in the wysiwyg always look within the directory they are located in... and not at the html root level of the site.

Hope that makes sense.
Zick

Re: [zick] wysiwyg links and subfolders

By Jason - December 12, 2011

Hi Zick,

Try putting the name of your folder in front of the page name when creating your link.

For example:
subFolder/page1.php

Hope this helps
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Re: [Jason] wysiwyg links and subfolders

By Zicky - December 12, 2011

Thanks Jason,
But unfortunately that wouldn't work, because the records are being used on two pages. A page at the root level and a sub-folder page.

The root level page link would need to be as: linktothispage.php
And the sub-folder page link would need to be: sub-folder/linktothispage.php

Site viewers at the root level would need to see root level pages. Site viewers at the sub-folder level would need to remain within the sub-folder directory.

Plus, my client would never remember to add "subfolder" to the link.

Any other suggestions?
Thanks Zick

Re: [zick] wysiwyg links and subfolders

By Jason - December 12, 2011

Hi Zick,

Try this.

Save cmsAdmin/lib/wysiwyg.php as wysiwyg_custom.php (this is so your changes are not overwritten when you upgrade).

Open up that file and look for this line (probably around line 100).

relative_urls : false,

change this to

relative_urls : true,

Save this, and reload your page. Redo your links and save. The "/" at the beginning of your link should be gone.

Hope this helps
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Re: [Jason] wysiwyg links and subfolders

By Zicky - December 12, 2011

Thanks for the help Jason!
That did the trick.
Zick