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IE adds <hasbox> to html tags in WYSIWYG editor
I have installed NicEdit WYSIWYG editor.
For some reason Internet Explorer adds <hasbox> to all tags.
For example, if I change font size, the html code in Internet Explorer looks like this:
<FONT size=1 hasbox="2">Test</FONT>
In all other browsers it's just:
What is "hasbox" and why Internet Explorer adds it to the html tags?
It's only a WYSIWYG text editor to the extent that it allows formatting user editable content.
"NicEdit is a Javacript/AJAX inline editor to allow easy editing of web site content....."
I would assume that if you crack open the .js you will see that the instruction for this insertion into IE is in the .js
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