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Offline vodko-beer

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Custom fields does not save HTML
« on: 31.12.2017 13:11:35 »
When you save from the Admin panel

jDownloads Version 3.2.56
Field type: 256 characters
Sample text:
Code: [Select]
<a href="travel/827.html">Name-link-site</a>
Joomla settings Administrator and Super Users - No filtering
Default editor - None

In the previous version JD, HTML was built!

Thanks!  :)

Offline ColinM

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Re: Custom fields does not save HTML
« Reply #1 on: 04.01.2018 01:32:14 »
Hi,
Could you please explain a bit more as I do not understand.
When you say
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In the previous version JD, HTML was built!
which version do you mean?
Also when you refer to 'custom fields' do you mean the jDownloads "Custom Data Fields"?
Colin

Offline vodko-beer

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Re: Custom fields does not save HTML
« Reply #2 on: 04.01.2018 09:54:33 »
Yes, data in the field: jos_jdownloads_files.custom_field_6

I solved my problem by saving the data in the field `jos_jdownloads_files.url_home` and `author`

Offline ColinM

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Re: Custom fields does not save HTML
« Reply #3 on: 04.01.2018 18:30:39 »
Hi
This was not a bug but related to a fix which was a potential security risk in allowing unregulated HTML code to be executed.  That is it is an enhancement.
In the layout using
{author_title} {author_text}  -- will give the author's email that would appear like "Author Colin "  in front end
{author_url_title} {author_url_text} -- will give the author's website that would appear like "Website Website external" in the front end
These two are specific entry pairs allowing links rather than any HTML.

Colin
« Last Edit: 04.01.2018 18:34:52 by ColinM »