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By northernpenguin - July 11, 2013

How about adding support for Dropbox when using CMSB from an iPad?

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By gkornbluth - July 30, 2013

Hi All,

Just to help eliminate some user confusion, would it be possible somewhere down the road to hide the "Tip: hold <Ctrl> to select multiple files" that appears with upload fields under "Add or Upload Files" link when the max number of uploads is set to "1"?

Thanks,

Jerry Kornbluth

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By Chris - August 12, 2013

Hi Jerry,

Thanks! We've made this change and it will be available in future versions of CMS Builder.

All the best,
Chris
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By gkornbluth - August 12, 2013

Thanks Chris

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By Jason - September 11, 2013 - edited: November 7, 2013

Hi Deborah,

Thanks for posting!  htmlPurify() is a CMSB function that was added in version 2.51 which allows you to strip out unwanted tags from any HTML string.  You can use it like this:

$cleanHTML = htmlPurify($dirtyHtml);

When you do it like this, the default functionality is to strip out all tags except for

  • a
  • b
  • strong
  • i
  • em
  • strike
  • br
  • p

You can change this list by passing in a $config array that specifies which tags you would like to keeps  An example would look like this:

$config                 = array(); // Config options: http://htmlpurifier.org/live/configdoc/plain.html
$config['HTML.Allowed'] = 'a[href],b,strong,i,em,u,blockquote,code,strike,br,hr,p,span[style],ul,ol,li,blockquote,code';

$cleanHtml = htmlPurify($dirtyHtml, $config);

As for the next release, we have a number of new features in the works, but as these are still under development, we don't yet have a finalized features list.  Stay tuned!

Hope this helps

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By Brownleather - November 7, 2013

Just in case you were trying to use this function and got a "undefined function" error...

The function is

htmlPurify();

not

htmlPurfiy();

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By Damon - November 7, 2013

The function is

htmlPurify();

not

htmlPurfiy();

Thanks for catching that and pointing that out. I updated the post from Jason to fix the typo.

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By Deborah - November 30, 2013

SPELL CHECKING

After seeing numerous spelling errors on client sites, I discovered that the TinyMCe spellchecker is no longer working on some sites. According to this archived forum post, we have Google to thank:

http://www.interactivetools.com/forum/forum-posts.php?postNum=2231560#post2231560

My question is, has there been a determination of how best to integrate spell checking again either now as a temporary fix, or for the next CMSB release?

Thanks.
~ Deborah

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By gkornbluth - December 1, 2013 - edited: December 1, 2013

Hi All,

What do you think about adding a default space to the end of any field prefix labels and info field labels, so we don't have to remember to do that each time?

Also for upload details (image attached)

Best,

Jerry Kornbluth

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