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#114760 JCE editor not correctly displayed from images and links select button

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Latest post by tskipton on Monday, 02 October 2023 14:53 BST

tskipton
I uses Joomla Shack Article Manager Pro and the JCE editor to create articles from the front end. I have no problems with the editor within the content tab of the new article page. Everything works as expected. My problem is from the images and links tab. When clicking select to upload a image to the intro-image or full-article-image locations the JCE editor is not being properly displayed. see images_and_links_select.PNG, I inspected the element and included the information. see jce_display_on_select.PNG. I contacted Joomla Shack the Article Manager pro vendor, and they said it was a JCE problem. I hope you can help with this issue.
Thank you.

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Ryan
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Ryan Demmer

Lead Developer / CEO / CTO

Just because you're not paranoid doesn't mean everybody isn't out to get you.

Ryan
I contacted Joomla Shack the Article Manager pro vendor, and they said it was a JCE problem. I hope you can help with this issue.
This issue is partially caused by your template template, which is missing a style for the modal dialog. If you disable the JCE Media Field Conversion (In Editor Profiles -> Plugin Parameters -> File Browser), you will see that the Joomla Media Managaer, which now opens from the Images & Links buttons, will alos display incorrectly. This is because your template is missing a css style for the .jviewport-height60 class which this modal dialog uses. Your template stylesheet should contain something like:

.j40 .jviewport-height60,
.j42 .jviewport-height60 {
  height: 60vh;
}
I have added this to your template's custom.css file, as well as some additional css to optimize the modal dialog for the JCE File Browser.

Ryan Demmer

Lead Developer / CEO / CTO

Just because you're not paranoid doesn't mean everybody isn't out to get you.

tskipton
Thank you so much for your help and support. I do not see any changes when using the Select button from the front end. Is there anything I need to do to enable this? Is the update related to any access level?
I will contact the template vendor for a permanent fix.

Ryan
I do not see any changes when using the Select button from the front end. Is there anything I need to do to enable this? Is the update related to any access level?


Clear your browser cache.

Ryan Demmer

Lead Developer / CEO / CTO

Just because you're not paranoid doesn't mean everybody isn't out to get you.

tskipton
Thank you, that fixed it. I should have thought of that. I have sent your information to the template vendor. Hopefully they will do something with it. I made a site backup so that I can recover from anything being overlaid by the vendor that breaks it again. I think the custom.css file should be safe. Is there anything else that I should make a special back up of?
Thank you again for your quick response and fix.