This was discovered on a Tiki12 upgraded from Tiki9 using wysiwyg, but the issue is also there with no wysiwyg.
I suppose we should first focus on the non-wysiwyg issue and there are chances it will also be solved in wysiwyg. So no more about wysiwyg
In HomePage, insert
Approve → OK
This works fine as I understand it should, and as it worked in Tiki 9. Meaning there is a nice iframe with images in it.
Create new article and put inside
→ It asks for validation but on viewing, the content of the HTML plugin is wiped!
I see it is wiped by editing the article, and I see the HTML plugin is empty.
I try again, checking ''Allow full HTML (Keep any HTML tag.)
If not enabled, Tiki will retain some HTML tags (a, p, pre, img, hr, b, i).'' but that seems to be ignored.
In re-editing, it does not even stay checked.
Anyway, that should not be the way to do this. HTML plugin should not require to check Allow full HTML.
I attempt to insert my html code outside the HTML plugin but it still gets stripped out, even when checking Allow full HTML.
So right now there is no way to insert stuff in articles like they could
Date: 2014-02-27 18:03:21 +0000 (Thu, 27 Feb 2014)
FIX Fixes issue wish5156 (html plugin in articles) caused by revision r48131 (thanks jonny for the hint)
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