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I have a HTML form that creates a new wiki page after you fill in some field values similar to ChangeRequest. I added the entry:

<input type="hidden" name="skin" value="kupu" />

to the form. When you create the page with the form, the edit window now is using this plugin but the page is blank instead of using the topic template I setup for the page. Actually the form portion of the template is still used. It is just the text area that had some headings, etc. already defined that does not work. I am using v.16 from Sept '05.

Test Case

I can reproduce this with two different forms on my site that use templates with the change to kupu with the extra tag as noted in the description.

Please do not attempt to use the editor to create forms. You will totally confuse Kupu. It is intended as a text editor only, and I can't make any guarantees as to what will happen when you enter raw HTML. I'd love to escape it all out of the text, but that's just not practical.

Sorry, but this is just a limitation.


Summary Bug creating new pages with HTML forms
ReportedBy RickMach 18 Oct 2005
AppliesTo Extension
Component WysiwygPlugin
Priority Normal
CurrentState No Action Required

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Topic revision: r3 - 2005-11-10 - CrawfordCurrie
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