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Configure TinyMCE editor to allow JavaScript in URLs

Configure TinyMCE editor to allow JavaScript in URLs

You can set a dictionary attribute on a TinyMCE editor field to allow the use of JavaScript in a URL.

Before you begin

Role required: personalize_dictionary or admin

Procedure

  1. Navigate to the form with an HTML field that uses the TinyMCE editor.
  2. Right-click the HTML field label and select Configure dictionary.
    Configure dictionary
  3. In the Attributes field, enter tinymce_allow_script_urls=true, separated by a comma if needed.
    If other attributes are already listed, use a comma as a separator.
  4. Click Update.