Register Forums Announcements (dollsbook Crier) Using "Links to sites"

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    • #7711

      Eva L’Fleur (On Sabbatical)
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      @dbevadmin

      Hey Guys,

       

      When using links be sure an have the link set to “open in new tab” That way it does not take you away from dollsbook.

      to do this… when the small link box opens, there should be a little “gear” on the far right side. click it to open the options.

      bu sure there is a check mark in the “open link in new tab” That way you will not “jet away!”

       

      <3 Eva

       

    • #7716

      Kevin W9JYD
      Keymaster
      • Posts 137
      @ki5jyd

      I think there’s a setting in the wp-admin page that can make this a global default for every user, @dbevadmin. I’m not 100% sure about this, but I have set it as a default on a few self-hosted WordPress sites I ran…

      I’ll let you know and text RainKing if I find it and gain his permission to enable this or not.

      73s de KI5JYD

      C:\WINDOWS\System32> choco install FLD-JY140b-32a_Vanessa -y
      Chocolatey 0.10.15
      ...
      Once a Whataburger-addicted JY, now a still Whataburger-addicted JY. She's sexy and she knows it.

    • #7719

      Eva L’Fleur (On Sabbatical)
      Member
      • Posts 172
      @dbevadmin

      If you can set it that way, please do. I think it is all overridden by the tinyMCE Advanced. I went to the settings and it makes no diff if I check “used advanced links options” or not.

      It not longer pulls up the basic large box until you click the little white gear

       

    • #7720

      Kevin W9JYD
      Keymaster
      • Posts 137
      @ki5jyd

      Ah… Might you try temporarily disabling TinyMCE Advanced and see if that makes a difference?

      If it does, then that is the problem. The plugin can be deleted, then.

      The docos for TinyMCE Advanced says to f*** with some code. Not gonna do it.

      73s de KI5JYD

      C:\WINDOWS\System32> choco install FLD-JY140b-32a_Vanessa -y
      Chocolatey 0.10.15
      ...
      Once a Whataburger-addicted JY, now a still Whataburger-addicted JY. She's sexy and she knows it.

    • #7721

      Kevin W9JYD
      Keymaster
      • Posts 137
      @ki5jyd

      I give up.

      This is the code I found on TinyMCE’s documentation but they expect moi to find out where it goes? This is causing much frustration.

      [code]tinymce.init({
      selector: “textarea”, // change this value according to your HTML
      plugins: “link”,
      menubar: “insert”,
      toolbar: “link”,
      default_link_target: “_blank”
      });[/code]

      Source: https://www.tiny.cloud/docs/plugins/link/

      But it’s not saying which file to put it in.

      C:\WINDOWS\System32> choco install FLD-JY140b-32a_Vanessa -y
      Chocolatey 0.10.15
      ...
      Once a Whataburger-addicted JY, now a still Whataburger-addicted JY. She's sexy and she knows it.

    • #7817

      Eva L’Fleur (On Sabbatical)
      Member
      • Posts 172
      @dbevadmin

      If we disable it, then we lose the nice word processor like GUI.

    • #7819

      Kevin W9JYD
      Keymaster
      • Posts 137
      @ki5jyd

      Yeah… Just leave it be. Useless documentation leads to frustration.

      C:\WINDOWS\System32> choco install FLD-JY140b-32a_Vanessa -y
      Chocolatey 0.10.15
      ...
      Once a Whataburger-addicted JY, now a still Whataburger-addicted JY. She's sexy and she knows it.

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