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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Tiki 1.8.2 and URLs

posts: 2881 United Kingdom

> actinic:
> > Damian:
> > The "cleaner" only affects the javascript and things that you submit through the tiki interface, those JS bits that are called from the tpl files are not affected.
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> Yes, that's what I meant. An example is, I had online template editing enabled in tiki. After I upgraded to 1.8.2 I went and made a simple modification header.tpl, saved it, and suddenly the application menu can't be expanded or collapsed because the javascript tag is stripped. The online template editing becomes very difficult to use with confidence you can't easily verify what it's stripped out (although in my example you could).
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> > Javascript is such a huge language, you would have a hard time defining whats good there and what isnt.
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> Yes, it would only work sensibly for script tags with source attributes (like in header.tpl). If the source of the script is known and good, allow it.
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For now Id recommend either SSH access to site site and trusty vi, or edit through FTP access.

Damian

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