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Problem with images and RTE

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Topic: Problem with images and RTE
Posted By: fabrixnet
Subject: Problem with images and RTE
Date Posted: 26 January 2021 at 11:22am
Hi, when you drag an image in my web site  with a link from another web page and insert it into the "Web Wiz Rich Text Editor" the link is deleted and cannot be reinserted. Also if you insert an image that is too big then you can't resize it. How can I solve?

Dante.



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Posted By: WebWiz-Bruce
Date Posted: 26 January 2021 at 1:11pm
The "Web Wiz Rich Text Editor" uses the Rich Text Editing features built in to the web browser.

If your web browser does not offer the Rich Text Editing features that you require, try a different web browser.


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Posted By: fabrixnet
Date Posted: 09 February 2021 at 9:09am
Hi, I have tried with all types of browsers and with various PCs but I cannot resize the inserted image and I cannot connect the image to a url.
Long ago it could have been done, please try it yourself.

https://demo.webwiznewspad.com/admin_editor.asp?TID=0&T=Newsletter&F=&Submit=Create+eNewsletter" rel="nofollow - https://demo.webwiznewspad.com/admin_editor.asp?TID=0&T=Newsletter&F=&Submit=Create+eNewsletter


Posted By: WebWiz-Bruce
Date Posted: 10 February 2021 at 8:41am
The "Web Wiz Rich Text Editor" uses the Rich Text Editing features built in to the web browser. If the browser no-longer supports being able to resize images then regretfully the only way you will be able to change the image size is either resize the image to correct size before you use it, or switch to HTML view and edit the HTM:L to set the image size.

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Posted By: fabrixnet
Date Posted: 11 February 2021 at 10:55am
OK thanks



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