[isf-wifidog] Content manager question
max.horvath at maxspot.de
Ven 3 Mar 15:04:32 EST 2006
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The content distribution system hasn't been designed to allow such
"direct" programming code to be inserted into the database (for
example due to security reasons).
Of course it can be done. But right now no content type/plugin
What you could do is to duplicate the TrivialLangString content
plugin and overwrite the processAdminUI() function of it's parent
Basically you just need to duplicate the processAdminUI() function
and remove the code that strips "dangerous" HTML tags.
The PHP part won't be as easy as this, as you'd need to eval() PHP code.
Anyway ... for me it doesn't make any sense to have a PHP (and/or
If I'd be you I'd develop this on another page and use the IFrame
content plugin ...
Patrick Dinnen wrote:
> I'm trying to figure out the best way to create a captive portal
> I've tried LangString, but the tags get stripped out. It doesn't
> look like Embedded Content or File content types are what I need
> I've read the documentation I found (http://dev.wifidog.org/wiki/
> mail into the portal, but I'm also interested in making this work
> for embedding PHP. Any hints on how to get this done within WiFi
> Dog? It looks like I can go down the IFrame route, but I'm hoping
> there's something more obvious.
> digest3/HRXPZN68IZ.js"><noscript><a href="http://app.feeddigest.com/
> digest3/HRXPZN68IZ.html">Click for "WT > for sale >
> kijiji".</a> By <a href="http://www.feeddigest.com/">Feed
> Thanks, Patrick
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