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March 16, 2011 at 8:39 am #32023rickylamerzMember
Dear CSS-Tricks forum,
not sure if anyone knows the answer to my question but it comes down to this:
I have installed TinyMCE on a webpage. But the method I use to save the content in the TinyMCE editor is done using AJAX. But when I have saved the content via AJAX the editor still thinks that it’s unsaved. So when people leave the page “after” saving it using my AJAX script the editor gives them a message that the content will not be saved. While it’s actually saved.
Is there a way to keep this message from popping up? I tried looking at modifiying the core but it’s minified. And I don’t want to use the unminified src file for production. And even if, I couldn’t find the pop-up message function in the unminified src file of the TinyMCE script.
Anyone? :D Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated.July 23, 2011 at 1:38 pm #83824yonasMember
You’ll find more help on the TinyMCE forums “Tips, Tricks & HowTo’s”:
You can also find TinyMCE support at TinymceSupport.com:
TinymceSupport.com – Support, Consulting, and Development