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HTML Input - Box Sizes (Fix)

We're running DNN PE 6.2.5, and was having an issue with the HTML Input box in a XMP form. It seems locked into a certain width/height size, and no matter what you entered for the width and height, it was locked into a default size. After some …

Author: Jeff M.
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HtmlInput Fix

Looks like these previous post on the sizing of the HtmlInput box are from 3 years ago, has the control been upgraded since? I'd like to be able to size and control what tool bars are offered to the end user per different size layouts and levels of …

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How do I Resolve HtmlInput Form Control Errors?

Hi there, I need to allow form editors to add simple formatting (bold / italic) to an existing form that displays content in a Textarea currently. When I change the form control to HtmlInput the form no longer renders and the following server error is …

Author: bensch
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HTMLInput Width

I was able to determine that the HTML Editor was wrapped in the .RadEditor.reWrapper class. To make the editor wider and to have more height, I had to change the height, width, min-width and min-height.  Just changing the height and width wasn't …

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User with Edit Permissions Unable to upload files.

Hi All, I have a user with edit permission to a form. The form has a RichText / HTML field. The User is unable to Upload files via the Telerik HTML editor. The user is not a portal admin. How does xMod Pro decide is a user can upload files within for …

Author: Jax UK
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