We're trying to implement a custom editor in CSS to allow the content editors to generate HTML in the following structure (in a Tridion 2011 SP1 environment)
<div class="highlight"> <h3>test</h3> <p> test paragraph </p> <p> test paragraph </p> </div>
Adding the class
hightlight to the
DIV is no problem, but inserting other block elements like the
H3 and the
P-tags, completely breaks the layout in the design view of the rich text field:
DIV gets removed, the complete text become
H3,... Inserting the plain HTML in the source works fine of course, but that's something we cannot ask the (non-technical) content editors.
- First question: Is this possible in the first place? (knowing the content editors only use Internet Explorer)
- If possible: should this be done using 'filtering XSLT', or specific editor configuration? -Modification of the stored HTML in the event system is the last option is possible, but the least favorite one.