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10/29/2008 10:56 AM
 

I probably created this problem, but... I'm testing DotNetNuke in a localhost environment (version 4.09.00) and I have the Wiki module 04.01.00 installed. I've created two separate wikis. One seems to be working perfectly, but the other is displaying HTML code. I'm using the rich text editor to create pages, but when I save the page, what displays is the HTML code.

This all started when I was experimenting with inserting data from a PowerPoint presentation. I saved the PP as HTML and then copied and pasted that HTML data into a new Wiki page. Since then, all the pages in that wiki that existed before I tried my PowerPoint experiment display just fine. I can even edit those pages and they do OK. But any new page I try to create in that wiki displays the text as HTML code. And it doesn't seem to matter if I type information directly into the text box, turn off the Rich Text editor (using the Basic Text Box option), or paste in data from a Word document.

Is there anything I can do to fix this short of deleting the offending wiki page set and starting over with it?


Lois
 
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10/29/2008 11:18 AM
 

Hmmm you're having this issue on one Wiki but not the other, and they are both in the same instance of DNN?

These issues were corrected in more recent releases of DNN and the Wiki, so if you are positive you are on DNN 4.9.0 and 4.1 of the Wiki please let me know (Go to the Host/Host Settings page to confirm which version of DNN, don't assume the Green 04.09.00 at the top of your website is the version, that means there is a new version available)


Chris Hammond
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Christoc.com Software Solutions DotNetNuke Module Development, Upgrades and consulting.
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10/29/2008 11:46 AM
 

I'm positive of the version I'm using. I seem to be specializing in odd problems these days. I went back in and deleted the offending pages and create new ones and now everything seems to be OK. I left the original wiki home page and even the PowerPoint experiment in place. It was apparently a transient problem. I had it yesterday, but it may be that logging out of my site and then logging back in (which I did overnight) cleared up the issue. Sorry for sounding the alarm.


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10/29/2008 11:55 AM
 

I spoke too soon. I was editing something in the wiki before I stopped to send my last reply. When I went back and saved my changes, that page diplayed the HTML code. I'd saved it once before and it was fine...


Lois
 
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10/29/2008 12:05 PM
 

Can you email me some sample HTML to [email protected] so I can test this?

 

C


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Former DNN Corp Employee, MVP, Core Team Member, Trustee
Christoc.com Software Solutions DotNetNuke Module Development, Upgrades and consulting.
dnnCHAT.com a chat room for DotNetNuke discussions
 
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