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Call for testers: new Online Editor

Call for testers: new Online Editor

Saturday 16 February 2008 7:55:45 pm - 303 replies

Hi all!

eZ Publish Online Editor 5.0 is now completed and included in eZ Publish 4.1.x and higher.



Issue tracker:
* tag with the version you use, for instance 5.0.1
* mention svn version if you use svn version
* Remember to specify browser/version/os/javascript error
* Screen shoots if it applies

* Updated 6th of May 2009 with new location of extension ( and state of extension.

Modified on Tuesday 11 January 2011 10:00:47 am by Nicolas Pastorino

Thursday 10 December 2009 3:50:38 pm


I have an issue with the online editor and the images. When I try to add an embed image to the xml-bloc. The image seems to be well uploaded and added to the bloc. I can see the image in the editor and after publishing the object, the image is well affected to the node. The issue is that the image is not displayed when I show the xml-bloc on the front-end. Instead of the tag <img> there is a tag <a> which link to the image. I don't know why... I have already checked the .ini files and everything seems to be OK.

So if someone has an idea...



Wednesday 16 December 2009 2:11:18 pm


I use ezoe on a eZP 4.2.0 website and I have popup on button action instead of modal box. Is there a configuration to do ?


Tuesday 22 December 2009 8:29:45 am


I would like to use structural elements rather than presentation elements in a web page, and I have a problem with the code the oe generates:

I would like to know if there is a way of changing the way the elements for bold and italic are generated in the online editor.

Now it generates: <b> and <i> and I would like to use <strong> and <em> instead... Is it in a configuration file or is it in one of the php-files?

Thank you in advance!



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