Article containing the flash object embed code, it removed the object tag from it

You might have noticed that when you try to save an article containing the flash object embed code, it removed the object tag from it (param tag remains there). Same thing happened to me today while working on a Joomla 1.7 site (although this might also be the case with Joomla 1.6 / 1.5versions) Issue: The issue is: when you add flash embed code (containing object tag and param tags) it goes there fine. But once you save the article, joomla strips the code by clearing the object tags in it. No matter how you try to add it or which editor you use (TinyMce, Jce, no editor etc) Reason: The reason is that Joomla uses a list of black listed keywords and tags for article manager which is applied on all users by default (administrators and super users too) and it checks the article for the keywords upon saving or applying changes, stripping the code if found (like object tag). Solution: The solution is to turn off content filtering. Well for now we should only turn off black list filtering for the super users (if the current user that we want to use to insert flash object code is a super user). To do so follow these steps: How to turn off black list filtering in Joomla (1.7) 1. Login to Joomla backend 2. Goto Article Manger from joomla administration top menu 3. Click on Article Manager Options (top right buttons) 4. Select the “Text Filters” tab 5. Goto the end of the list and find Super Users (or any other user that you wish to turn off filtering for 6. Select “No Filtering” from the drop down next to the user group name This way Joomla blacklist filtering for that particular group will be turned off!

Joomla site for - Control Solutions Inc.

Site is created with Joomla Content Management System csilogo Control Solutions Inc,: We help our clients make the most of their energy needs and financial resources. We provide value added services for our lighting, security, and energy control systems. Control Solutions Inc. is an solutions provider for end users and property owners in both the public and private sectors, including schools, hospitals, colleges, office buildings, and manufacturing facilities.

Joomla 1.6 Beta 3 - Just Released

1.6 Beta LogoThe Joomla Project is proud to announce the immediate availability of Joomla 1.6 beta 3 (download). IMPORTANT NOTE: This is a beta version and is not intended to run any type of production site. It is intended to be used for evaluation purposes only. Since the Joomla 1.6 beta 2 release on May 31, we have fixed approximately 102 issues in the tracker. Much of this progress is directly related to the stepped up efforts of the Joomla! Bug Squad. Thanks for all your hard work in bringing us one increment closer to stable! See the CHANGELOG for details of what has been changed in this release. What's next? This is the third in our series of continuous betas. Beta 4 will be released on June 28, 2010. Download here:

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