View Full Version : Modifying openWYSIWYG

11-13-2007, 03:46 AM
1) Script Title: openWYSIWYG

2) Script URL (on DD): http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex16/openwysiwyg/index.htm

3) Describe problem:

I am using ver. 1.4.7 (available here (http://www.openwebware.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1391)) with PHP / MySQL to add content to a website I am using. I am having issues with the table portion of openWYSIWYG. I select the border styles I would like to see, generally solid. However, tables always come through with a 'dashed' border.

If possible, I would like to modify openWYSIWYG to ONLY use 'solid #000000' borders instead of the 'dashed #AAAAAA' that keep coming out.

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks :)

11-13-2007, 04:41 AM
As I've replied to several questions,

This script is incredibly complex in the way it is written, so any modifications are a huge amount of work. The original creators are also unresponsive, though you might have a better chance if you went through their site.
I'm not sure what to suggest.

It's a powerful script, but basically as-is at this point, as modifications are so difficult.
This might help, as a sidenote:

Sorry I don't have a better answer for you.

11-13-2007, 05:42 AM
Damn :(

What a pain.

I like the script, it does everything I need. I was just hoping to there was an easy fix for forcing the borders to be solid.

How difficult do you believe it would be to achieve this with PHP?

11-13-2007, 07:05 AM
Replacing that with PHP wouldn't be all that hard at all, I don't think.
Just search for enough info, like all of border=".....", rather than just the value AAAAAA, etc.

However, if you want to look at the source for the JS, that doesn't seem impossible to change in the first place. Do a search for that current value (in notepad, for example, ctrl+f), then just change it. Since this is a value, rather than a functional piece of the code, it may not be hard to change. Changing how the code operates is tough; changing it's content is a bit easier-- hard part there is just finding it.

11-13-2007, 10:11 PM
Cool. I'll look into it further a bit later.

Thanks for your help :D