This problem occurs if certain Plugins are enabled.
After editing a topic with WYSIWYG on a IE7 browser I am unable to view
the page. I see the Twiki header but the rest of the page does not load.
The topic has been updated though and the following line has been
inserted at the start of the file.
I have the latest version of the plugin on TWiki 4.1.2
Daniel Rohde was able to supply a workaround but suggest that I post the problem here. He says
I cannot fix this problem because I cannot reproduce it. It's not the
normal behavior of the Kupu WYSIWYG editor to put a <LINK> tag into the
topic text. You should report this problem to the Kupu developer page:
The TimeTablePlugin does the same '</head>' replacement like the
ChecklistPlugin and the RackPlannerPlugin and therefore we need a
solution. But the problem with the <LINK> tag occurs without this
replacment ... I think, it's a Kupu bug.
- 04 May 2007
It's probably not a Kupu bug, it's more likely to be an order issue in the core plugin handling. Ihe WysiwygPlugin
tries to protect the topic content from the rest of the plugins when it is serving the text content, but it looks like it isn't always successful.
I think Daniel is right, and this is nothing to do with Kupu. I think one of your other plugins is mangling the HEAD tag. No action.
- 04 May 2007