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    Just a thought here, but tag stripping by the CK Editor occurs on the DNN side of things, not on the client side. You might want to inspect the page source with both classes of browsers, as DNN should be delivering the same page to both.
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      Joe,

      thanks for that feedback. I will investigate again and provide my findings here - or in a new thread, depending on what I find out.

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        Posted By Britta Gainey II on 19 Apr 2021 01:54 AM

        Timo,

        thanks for your feedback and also for your blog post that I had read and followed before.

        This is indeed strange that it works for you in Firefox but it doesn't for me. So there must be something else going wrong in my DNN website. Until I find out what that is, I am just happy that I was able to upgrade to 9.9.0 and remove Telerik - even if that means that for right now, I can only use Chrome for the handful of modules where I do use HTML tags that would otherwise be stripped.

        Best, Britta

        I'll test in 9.9 too, there were some changes in 9.9 CkEditor.

         

         



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            Posted By Timo Breumelhof on 22 Apr 2021 07:09 AM

            Ok, it looks like this is an issue in DNN 9.9.0 https://github.com/dnnsoftware/Dnn.Platform/issues/4620

            Thanks for putting your finger on that! And good to see that I am not completely nuts ;-)
            Nevertheless, I have had this issue before DNN 9.9.0 but can't remember which DNN version that was. Our site was built back in the days with DNN 7.
            What I have found out meanwhile is that also the page where a module is posted plays a role. I have a "very old" testpage where the tags are stripped and a "very new" testpage where the same code is left intact. But some "older" pages do not strip the tags either. Don't yet have a Matrix showing the "strip-status" for Browsers and the DNN version that the pages were built in...



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              Posted By Britta Gainey II on 22 Apr 2021 08:06 AM
              Posted By Timo Breumelhof on 22 Apr 2021 07:09 AM

              Ok, it looks like this is an issue in DNN 9.9.0 https://github.com/dnnsoftware/Dnn.Platform/issues/4620

              Thanks for putting your finger on that! And good to see that I am not completely nuts ;-)
              Nevertheless, I have had this issue before DNN 9.9.0 but can't remember which DNN version that was. Our site was built back in the days with DNN 7.
              What I have found out meanwhile is that also the page where a module is posted plays a role. I have a "very old" testpage where the tags are stripped and a "very new" testpage where the same code is left intact. But some "older" pages do not strip the tags either. Don't yet have a Matrix showing the "strip-status" for Browsers and the DNN version that the pages were built in...

              I also tested in 9.7 and there my blog post does work.
              So it might be that you had /hav another issue.
              The stripping normally only occurs when you set the editor to "basic" instead of "full", this could explain the difference between pages?
              Also it depends on the HTML entered obviously..

               

               

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