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Rendering Bug - TinyMCE

Started by on Feb 02, 2019 – Contents updated: Feb 04, 2019

Feb 02, 2019 12:56    


I am coping with a strange rendering problem.
After editing a Blogpost and adding an image in WYSIWYG mode using TinyMCE and saving the post it happens, that images are dupllicated and Images appear again as thumbnails. So there is a time consuming cleaning of the code necessary.

Here is an example code added by rendering:

<figure class="evo_image_block"><a id="link_573" href="" rel="lightbox[p283]"><img class="img-responsive loadimg" title="Linz, Bahnhofsviertel, LUX Tower" src="" alt="Linz, Bahnhofsviertel, LUX Tower" width="256" height="212" /></a></figure>

Where does <figure>…</figure> come from?

And here are some code lines showing doubled images

<div class="panel panel-default">
<div class="panel-body" style="color: grey;">Böhmerwaldstraße 18<br />64 Meter hoch, 20 Geschoße. <br />Architekturbüros Kneidinger/Stögmüller, Kaufmann und Partner, 2013<br />Bauherr: Real Treuhand<br />Investoren: (?).</div>
<p> </p>

How can I fix this?

Exact b2evolution version :6.10.6

Feb 04, 2019 15:09

@saunders It is probable that you have inadvertently edited (which should not be possible) some of the markup used in displaying the preview images and the editor was not able to cleanup the generated preview code hence the leftover <figure></figure>.

I didn't get the doubled images but I was able to get the leftover image preview code. Could you please enumerate the steps to replicate the doubled images and some screenshots if possible?

Thank you for reporting the issue.

Feb 04, 2019 20:14

@winskie thanks for your reply.
How the images were doubled:
After I have recognized, that images appear doubled as Thumbs by <figure> </figure> I edited the post again, erased all added <figure>…</figure> entries and saved the page again. Then the thumbs caused by <figure> tags disappeared, but images were doubled.
After deleting the double entries and saving the page, the page shows up as intended.

Regards, Will

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