disabled for all sites (using the NoScript
disabled, I go into the WYSIWYG editor (or at least I get a long WYSIWYG help page expanded at bottom of page, after the Save button). However, in other respects I seem to be in raw edit mode, which makes sense.
is disabled, that would be preferable.
This may seem like a corner case but quite a lot of people surf using NoScript
is such a common vector for browser and plugin security exploits. As this blog post on NoScript
points out, sites where people can upload their own content, such as TWiki, are particularly vulnerable.
- 28 Oct 2007
Duplicate of Item4743