I need a fast coder to design an emergency tinyfck plugin that inserts anchor text into a textarea instead of the “<object …<embed ….?? HTML code. The model for the plugin is the flash plugin that comes with tinyfck. Name the new plugin 'popupflash’.
You would not be modifying the flash plugin that comes with tinyfck. I need an entirely new plugin called ‘popupflash’ that replicates what the tinyfck flash plugin does except that it returns HTML anchor text instead of a graphic and “<object … <embed …?? HTML code for the flash movie.
When I click on the popupflash plugin and use the file browse feature to select a flash movie, instead of inserting the movie itsself, I need it to insert a link that that pops the movie open in a new browser window:
<a href=’[url removed, login to view]??/authors/file_uploads/Flash/[url removed, login to view]?&width=??100??&height=??100??&quality=??high??&menu=??false??&wmode=??transparent??’>flash movie</a>
Both the existing flash plugin and the popupflash plugin need to coexist in the same tinymce instance. The client needs to be able to use one or the other or both in the same editing session. Create a new GIF for the popupflash plugin for use in the tinymce toolbar.
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This needs to run in Firefox and Internet Explorer.