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XHTML support in Wiki field reduced after upgrade to RTC v3.0.1

David Price (1112) | asked Aug 29 '12, 12:56 p.m.
edited Aug 29 '12, 1:12 p.m.

We have been using RTC v3.0 for about 2 years, and had been abusing a very useful aspect of the Wiki fields in order to improve the look of some of the work items, and provide visual help cues to the users. Primarily this was done by storing an image in the source control area, creating a read-onlyWiki field in the work item, and assigning the default field value to be an html img tag (nested within the <<<xhtml >>> tags as stated in the WikiCreole syntax) linking to the image.

In practice this worked extremely well in all browsers, and we were even able to create hover-over pop ups using CSS. However, when we recently upgraded to RTC v3.0.1 all our embedded xhtml code now just displays as code instead of the images.

Does anyone know whether the Wiki fields have limited the support of xhtml in version 3.0.1? Would anybody know a workaround, or any new syntax that would need to be introduced so we can get our image functionality back?

Many thanks for your help

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Isabel Murakami (3811515) | answered Jun 14 '16, 12:43 p.m.
edited Jun 14 '16, 12:46 p.m.
Hi David,

Had you solved your issue ?
I observed the same behavior with 4.0.7 - Eclipse works fine, however any Browser shows the XHTML as text.

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