webyep and images

Hi Folks,

As there some webyep users here, hope they can help with a simple question that I can’t find the answer for elsewhere (obdev forum nor their demo), or at least it’s not very clear.

If I go with webyep can my client import images and possible links to pdf’s within a body of text ?
Without me saying where they can or can’t add images.

thanks,

s


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If I go with webyep can my client import images and possible links to pdf’s within a body of text ?
Without me saying where they can or can’t add images.

Yes, but probably not the way you may be thinking of doing it.

It can be done with an rtf object that your client could put whatever they want into it. You would need to install an add on library such as RTE or TinyMCE for this to work. This will mean of course that whatever they add in there is their own responsibility as it will not be part of the Freeway file.


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Thanks chuckamuck,

Thats what I thought but the only reference I could find seemed to indicate that webyep stripped out the possibility of TinyMCE (or similar) placing images inline with rich text. It could of course have been referring to an older version of webyep.

All my client needs wishes to do at this stage is to have a section where they can add a weekly update of events, that might include images. I looked at other options but as they are willing to pay for the webyep actions etc. it seemed a good opportunity for me to take on and get my head around cms.

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Thats what I thought but the only reference I could find seemed to indicate that webyep stripped out the possibility of TinyMCE (or similar) placing images inline with rich text.

That might be referring to the fact you can selectively turn off features of TinyMCE. That requires you to include a special TinyMCE config file that WebYep will recognize (but it has to be named correctly or it will not work).


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