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Link drag and drop still possible even when links are deactivated in CKEditor profile #4848

julmot opened this issue Aug 14, 2019 · 1 comment


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commented Aug 14, 2019

Bug Report

When having a WYSIWYG editable within the CMS area, with a CKEditor configuration (JS) without links:

CKEDITOR.editorConfig = function(config) {
  config.removeButtons = 'Form,Checkbox,Radio,TextField,Textarea,Select,Button,HiddenField,Link,Unlink,Anchor,Image,Flash,Table,HorizontalRule,Smiley,SpecialChar,PageBreak,Iframe,Format,Font,FontSize,Styles,About';

you can still drag and drop a document from the tree into a WYSIWYG field, even though the link button in the CKEditor toolbar is hidden and thus the feature deactivated.

Expected behavior

It should not be possible to drag and drop documents into a WYSIWYG field with deactivated links.

Actual behavior

It's still possible.

Steps to reproduce

Open a new document and place a brick with a WYSIWYG field on the page. Then drag and drop a document on the field. This is posible – even if the link is deactivated in the CKEditor configuration of the field.



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commented Aug 19, 2019

The config is just to remove the link button, not the link functionality, that's why it's called removeButtons.
If you'd like to disallow link elements, please have a look at CKEditor's possibilities.

@brusch brusch closed this Aug 19, 2019

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