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Topic # 31644 25-Mar-2009 14:17
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Today when I quote a message the formating does not display from the message I am quoting. Instead all the markup language is showing.

Did it to me and home and here at work. Anyone else getting this?







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  Reply # 203248 25-Mar-2009 14:26
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Nety: Today when I quote a message the formating does not display from the message I am quoting. Instead all the markup language is showing.



Did it to me and home and here at work. Anyone else getting this?


Looks okay to me. Maybe try clearing you're cache just in case you're still loading an old version of something?




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  Reply # 203249 25-Mar-2009 14:31
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Make sure you clear your cache. We have a new version of TinyMCE script on the site and if your browser loads the old one from the cache things won't work so well.







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  Reply # 203250 25-Mar-2009 14:31
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Nety: Today when I quote a message the formating does not display from the message I am quoting. Instead all the markup language is showing.



Did it to me and home and here at work. Anyone else getting this?


Looks okay to me. Maybe try clearing you're cache just in case you're still loading an old version of something?


Hmmm ok yeah that seemed to fix it. Strange it happened on two seperate computers though.







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  Reply # 203252 25-Mar-2009 14:35
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Ah that explains it. Thanks freitasm







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  Reply # 203266 25-Mar-2009 15:15
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I had the same issue with IE8 and was about to blame that because it still worked fine with IE7 on my laptop!

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  Reply # 203352 25-Mar-2009 22:11
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Mauricio, you might want to look into "versioning" your js and css files

See here:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/502600/versioning-css-files-with-a-query-string-like-stackoverflow-does
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/438821/what-does-do-in-a-css-link

Cliff notes:

Store a version number (or a couple if you want more granular control) somewhere (probably global variable in classic asp), append it to the query string for all your js and css files.

When you change the js or css increment the appropriate version number and then you can turn the caching headers back on for your js and css files.

eg: 

Before:  http://www.geekzone.co.nz/tinymce/jscripts/tiny_mce/tiny_mce.js
After:  http://www.geekzone.co.nz/tinymce/jscripts/tiny_mce/tiny_mce.js?v=1
After a new version of tiny mce:  http://www.geekzone.co.nz/tinymce/jscripts/tiny_mce/tiny_mce.js?v=2



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Reply # 203393 26-Mar-2009 07:50
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Ragnor: Mauricio, you might want to look into "versioning" your js and css files


Good point. We already do it for CSS so I will just extend it to JS.





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