Because the Tiny MCE has an automation that kicks out anything saying "applet" by default.2) Edit the article, where you want the applet to be3) Put the appropriate HTML-code to embed an applet (look for an HTML tutorial on that matter) into the html-code. If there is anybody out there that knows about that, please help me.
With Joomla 1.5 you have to:1) TURN OFF the Tiny MCE-Editor (and KEEP IT TURNED OFF), at best in your user settings Why?
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Hello, I am trying to figure out if it is possible to load a java applet in the article content, using a plugin like Jumi. I even found out how turn of the Tiny MCE auto-deletion of "applet", but using the Editor then, the editor would still delete my applet-html-code bit. To be precise on which version I am talking about: Joomla 1.6.0, as downloaded at the end of Jan 2011.
So I do not know if the applet can then be addressed without the use of the silly: Of Website/.... Then I go to the article that shall have the applet included and I put HTML-code as mentioned by Michael FJ. However the issues mentioned by Michael FJ I have also experienced. (Also I remember dealing with some blacklist of HTML-tags... Go to joomla main can turn of the editor for that code. figurationchoose default editor to joomla 1.6 you also need to turn of filtering option for administrator. I have an external site loading in an iframe in my site (in an article), that site will not load properly because of Java script ..
I always refer to the full URL: " Java App Dir/my Java App.jar"(Also, here and there I was trying to use Firefox for the Backend, but it turned out, that only the Internet Explorer would work.)-entries stay and the applet runs "perfectly". As I pointed out, if you activate the editor again, (or anyone else enters the editing page of that article and has the editor set) the applet is "gone" one but me has access to edit so I know that is not an issue and Im using an account that is defiantly set to no editor, and I get the plain text editor that shows the html code. Sorry, can't see into this right now, but looking at my last post about 1.6 I think it was irrelevant in the end.)Good luck! Below is what I use, it will load everyother site properly except the sites that have java script (that random is just an example) How do I proceed ...