Running Web Geek
A geek with running shoes.
Sissy… You will do great at your tri! I can’t wait to come and support you for that!!! 😉 && I love how encouraging you are with me and my running! I so appreciate it!! Love you so so much!!!
Awwww 😀 I told you I was really proud and I was. I know you’ll be there for the tri. You’ve always supported me in these silly things I sign myself up for. Thanks for commenting Tink!
Youre so cool! I dont suppose Ive read anything like this before. So nice to find somebody with some original thoughts on this subject. realy thank you for starting this up. this website is something that is needed on the web, someone with a little originality. useful job for bringing something new to the internet!
Aww! Thanks! 🙂 I appreciate it.
While this plugin is pretty powerful, there are a few kinks that need to be worked out–especially if you are exporting a lot of text that was put in by users. Where did you get this information?
Hey! I totally agree with you. I was having trouble with but it was with people who was using Word to copy and paste in my web application. Bah!
Are you asking where I got the fix listed above?? It’s in the source at the end of the post.
….I couldn’t decide if your comment was spam or not.
Great site, really good writing:-)! I really enjoy your blog. I’m waiting for more. Best regards!
I ended up adding a timeout of 0 delay and was able to grab the html from the div where they were pasting in. If someone had a working fiddle that would help. After a given timeout scan through all the contents unwrapping tags that don’t have the class that you set earlier.
Good to know! I haven’t gotten a fiddle, but that’s a good tip for the future.
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Hi! Thanks for information you provide. It would be useful, if Laravel version will be present in your posts. Thanks!
Hey Nurbol! Thanks for your tip! You’re totally right. 🙂 I believe this code would work with the more current Laravel, but there are other, more current ways to call it. When I wrote this, I believe I was using 4.6.
Thanks for commening!