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UEditor样式被过滤无法显示问题

转载自:http://www.cnblogs.com/Olive116/archive/2013/12/08/3464495.html

  1. UEditor样式被过滤无法显示问题
             上周有用到百度开源的富文本编辑器—-UEditor.不得不说这个富文本编辑器做的真的很赞,个人觉得比CKeditor要好用很多,效果也很不错。
    但是在使用的过程中,有遇到在向文本编辑器插入HTML文本时,添加的样式老是被过滤掉,找了很多的资料,并结合最新的版本,整理了下如何解决样式过滤的方法。
    我们在富文本编辑页点击HTML小图标,切换到HTML模式,然后在该模式下加入如下HTML:

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<style type="text/css">
.bg{ background:lightbule;}
</style>
<div class="bg">
Hello EveryBody Welcome To UEditor World!
</div>

以上的html意思很简单,就是为div加了一个名为bg 的样式,
然后我们再点击HTML图标,转换到预览页,可以看到我们的div的背景色并没有任何的变化,而且我们在div之前写的样式,也没有被渲染,
反而是以文本的形式显示了出来。
F12查看整个页面,发现我们之前写的样式和标签都被渲染成如下的html:

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<div style="display: none;" cdata_tag="style" type="text/css">
<p>
Hello EveryBody Welcome To UEditor World!
</p>

由以上代码可以看出,我们的style标签被转换成了div,并且设置样式为不可见,我们的div标签被转换成了p标签。
这说明编辑器本身自己做了一个转换,类似于一个过滤吧,可能是为了出于安全性考虑,防止用户在前段输入非法的代码、脚本等,事实上我觉得这有点多此一举,
既然都让富文本编辑了,不能写html脚本,还叫什么富文本。
然后我们再点击HTML图标,看看HTML试图,内容如下:

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<style type="text/css">.bg{ background:lightbule;}</style>
<p>
Hello EveryBody Welcome To UEditor World!
</p>

结合以上分析得出,该编辑器内部过滤机制是将style标记转换为div,而将div等标签以p替代。如何解决呢?
之前有在网上查过相关的资料,都说是在配置文件里有一个黑白名单,然后就在配置文件里找了下,在最新版本的脚本文件里怎么找也没找到那个所谓的黑白名单,
当然了,没有黑白名单也照样可以解决问题的。
首先在ueditor.all.js文件内搜索allowDivTransToP,找到如下的代码,将true设置为false
me.setOpt('allowDivTransToP',false);
//默认的过滤处理
//进入编辑器的内容处理
然后再接着下边的addInputRule方法中将switch代码段中的case style,script都给注释或者删掉。
me.addInputRule(function (root) {
var allowDivTransToP = this.options.allowDivTransToP;
var val;
//进行默认的处理
root.traversal(function (node) {
if (node.type == 'element') {
if (!dtd.$cdata[node.tagName] && me.options.autoClearEmptyNode && dtd.$inline[node.tagName] && !dtd.$empty[node.tagName] && (!node.attrs || utils.isEmptyObject(node.attrs))) {
if (!node.firstChild()) node.parentNode.removeChild(node);
else if (node.tagName == 'span' && (!node.attrs || utils.isEmptyObject(node.attrs))) {
node.parentNode.removeChild(node, true)
}
return;
}

//删除switch下的case style 和script
switch (node.tagName) {
case 'a':
if (val = node.getAttr('href')) {
node.setAttr('_href', val)
}
break;
完成以上操作之后,保存即可。再次插入html时,样式就可以显示了。
解释一下以上操作的意义。
第一步将allowDivTransToP设置为false是因为默认的设置是将div自动转换为p,这样写好的样式就找不到相应的div
了,所以才渲染不上的。
第二步将addInputRule函数中的switch 代码段中的case style ,script选择给删除或者注释,是为了避免出现编辑器将style或script自动的转换成别的标签。
好了,大家可以试一试,看看效果。

2.JQuery.attr()与JQuery.css()的区别

     之前一直没太区分attr()与css,今天好好看了下,css和attr作用的范围不同,css主要是用来设置样式的,也就是style内的东西,而attr主要是用来设置属性的,比如元素的title,name、style等这些都可以称之为属性,举例说明

  <input  id="btn"  type="button" value="确定” />

我们可以用$("#btn").css("background","green");为该按钮设置一个背景色,

而如果我们这样写$("#btn").attr("background","green");不但按钮的背景色不会发生变化,相反该按钮在页面渲染之后又多了一个background的属性,请注意,这里是属性,而不是style里边的background,页面的渲染如下:

  <input  id="btn"  type="button" value="确定”  background="green" />

图片滚动插件(jCarouselLite),通过margin来调整图片间隔

/**
* jCarouselLite – jQuery plugin to navigate images/any content in a carousel style widget.
* @requires jQuery v1.2 or above
*
* http://gmarwaha.com/jquery/jcarousellite/
*
* Copyright (c) 2007 Ganeshji Marwaha (gmarwaha.com)
* Dual licensed under the MIT and GPL licenses:
* http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php
* http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html
*
* Version: 1.0.1
* Note: Requires jquery 1.2 or above from version 1.0.1
*/
/**
btnPrev : 上一张按钮
btnNext : 下一张按钮
btnGo : 标签控制,也就是用’1,2,3,4…’来控制
mouseWheel : 是否支持鼠标滑轮滚动,属性值:false / true;默认为false 打开此项需要jQuery UI插件支持
auto : 设置自动播放的速度,默认自动播放是关闭的,格式 auto: 800 (为播放速度)
speed : 动画效果速度
easing : 动画效果优化,姑且这么里面 需要外部插件支持
vertical : 动画方向,如果设置为true,则表示垂直滚动,默认为false
circular : 是否重复播放,如果设置为false,则到最后一个下一张按钮就点不动了,到第一张上一张按钮就点不动
visible : 设置默认显示几个li,默认是3个
start : 效果从第几个开始,默认为0
scroll : 一次滑动几个li,默认是2
beforeStart : 这个是接口,每次滑动效果执行之前执行的自定义函数
afterEnd : 这个是接口,每次滑动效果执行之后执行的自定义函数
*/

/**
* Creates a carousel-style navigation widget for images/any-content from a simple HTML markup.
*
* The HTML markup that is used to build the carousel can be as simple as…
*
* <div class=”carousel”>
* <ul>
* <li><img src=”image/1.jpg” alt=”1″></li>
* <li><img src=”image/2.jpg” alt=”2″></li>
* <li><img src=”image/3.jpg” alt=”3″></li>
* </ul>
* </div>
*
* As you can see, this snippet is nothing but a simple div containing an unordered list of images.
* You don’t need any special “class” attribute, or a special “css” file for this plugin.
* I am using a class attribute just for the sake of explanation here.
*
* To navigate the elements of the carousel, you need some kind of navigation buttons.
* For example, you will need a “previous” button to go backward, and a “next” button to go forward.
* This need not be part of the carousel “div” itself. It can be any element in your page.
* Lets assume that the following elements in your document can be used as next, and prev buttons…
*
* <button class=”prev”>&lt;&lt;</button>
* <button class=”next”>&gt;&gt;</button>
*
* Now, all you need to do is call the carousel component on the div element that represents it, and pass in the
* navigation buttons as options.
*
* $(“.carousel”).jCarouselLite({
* btnNext: “.next”,
* btnPrev: “.prev”
* });
*
* That’s it, you would have now converted your raw div, into a magnificient carousel.
*
* There are quite a few other options that you can use to customize it though.
* Each will be explained with an example below.
*
* @param an options object – You can specify all the options shown below as an options object param.
*
* @option btnPrev, btnNext : string – no defaults
* @example
* $(“.carousel”).jCarouselLite({
* btnNext: “.next”,
* btnPrev: “.prev”
* });
* @desc Creates a basic carousel. Clicking “btnPrev” navigates backwards and “btnNext” navigates forward.
*
* @option btnGo – array – no defaults
* @example
* $(“.carousel”).jCarouselLite({
* btnNext: “.next”,
* btnPrev: “.prev”,
* btnGo: [“.0”, “.1”, “.2”]
* });
* @desc If you don’t want next and previous buttons for navigation, instead you prefer custom navigation based on
* the item number within the carousel, you can use this option. Just supply an array of selectors for each element
* in the carousel. The index of the array represents the index of the element. What i mean is, if the
* first element in the array is “.0”, it means that when the element represented by “.0” is clicked, the carousel
* will slide to the first element and so on and so forth. This feature is very powerful. For example, i made a tabbed
* interface out of it by making my navigation elements styled like tabs in css. As the carousel is capable of holding
* any content, not just images, you can have a very simple tabbed navigation in minutes without using any other plugin.
* The best part is that, the tab will “slide” based on the provided effect. 🙂
*
* @option mouseWheel : boolean – default is false
* @example
* $(“.carousel”).jCarouselLite({
* mouseWheel: true
* });
* @desc The carousel can also be navigated using the mouse wheel interface of a scroll mouse instead of using buttons.
* To get this feature working, you have to do 2 things. First, you have to include the mouse-wheel plugin from brandon.
* Second, you will have to set the option “mouseWheel” to true. That’s it, now you will be able to navigate your carousel
* using the mouse wheel. Using buttons and mouseWheel or not mutually exclusive. You can still have buttons for navigation
* as well. They complement each other. To use both together, just supply the options required for both as shown below.
* @example
* $(“.carousel”).jCarouselLite({
* btnNext: “.next”,
* btnPrev: “.prev”,
* mouseWheel: true
* });
*
* @option auto : number – default is null, meaning autoscroll is disabled by default
* @example
* $(“.carousel”).jCarouselLite({
* auto: 800,
* speed: 500
* });
* @desc You can make your carousel auto-navigate itself by specfying a millisecond value in this option.
* The value you specify is the amount of time between 2 slides. The default is null, and that disables auto scrolling.
* Specify this value and magically your carousel will start auto scrolling.
*
* @option speed : number – 200 is default
* @example
* $(“.carousel”).jCarouselLite({
* btnNext: “.next”,
* btnPrev: “.prev”,
* speed: 800
* });
* @desc Specifying a speed will slow-down or speed-up the sliding speed of your carousel. Try it out with
* different speeds like 800, 600, 1500 etc. Providing 0, will remove the slide effect.
*
* @option easing : string – no easing effects by default.
* @example
* $(“.carousel”).jCarouselLite({
* btnNext: “.next”,
* btnPrev: “.prev”,
* easing: “bounceout”
* });
* @desc You can specify any easing effect. Note: You need easing plugin for that. Once specified,
* the carousel will slide based on the provided easing effect.
*
* @option vertical : boolean – default is false
* @example
* $(“.carousel”).jCarouselLite({
* btnNext: “.next”,
* btnPrev: “.prev”,
* vertical: true
* });
* @desc Determines the direction of the carousel. true, means the carousel will display vertically. The next and
* prev buttons will slide the items vertically as well. The default is false, which means that the carousel will
* display horizontally. The next and prev items will slide the items from left-right in this case.
*
* @option circular : boolean – default is true
* @example
* $(“.carousel”).jCarouselLite({
* btnNext: “.next”,
* btnPrev: “.prev”,
* circular: false
* });
* @desc Setting it to true enables circular navigation. This means, if you click “next” after you reach the last
* element, you will automatically slide to the first element and vice versa. If you set circular to false, then
* if you click on the “next” button after you reach the last element, you will stay in the last element itself
* and similarly for “previous” button and first element.
*
* @option visible : number – default is 3
* @example
* $(“.carousel”).jCarouselLite({
* btnNext: “.next”,
* btnPrev: “.prev”,
* visible: 4
* });
* @desc This specifies the number of items visible at all times within the carousel. The default is 3.
* You are even free to experiment with real numbers. Eg: “3.5” will have 3 items fully visible and the
* last item half visible. This gives you the effect of showing the user that there are more images to the right.
*
* @option start : number – default is 0
* @example
* $(“.carousel”).jCarouselLite({
* btnNext: “.next”,
* btnPrev: “.prev”,
* start: 2
* });
* @desc You can specify from which item the carousel should start. Remember, the first item in the carousel
* has a start of 0, and so on.
*
* @option scrool : number – default is 1
* @example
* $(“.carousel”).jCarouselLite({
* btnNext: “.next”,
* btnPrev: “.prev”,
* scroll: 2
* });
* @desc The number of items that should scroll/slide when you click the next/prev navigation buttons. By
* default, only one item is scrolled, but you may set it to any number. Eg: setting it to “2” will scroll
* 2 items when you click the next or previous buttons.
*
* @option beforeStart, afterEnd : function – callbacks
* @example
* $(“.carousel”).jCarouselLite({
* btnNext: “.next”,
* btnPrev: “.prev”,
* beforeStart: function(a) {
* alert(“Before animation starts:” + a);
* },
* afterEnd: function(a) {
* alert(“After animation ends:” + a);
* }
* });
* @desc If you wanted to do some logic in your page before the slide starts and after the slide ends, you can
* register these 2 callbacks. The functions will be passed an argument that represents an array of elements that
* are visible at the time of callback.
*
*
* @cat Plugins/Image Gallery
* @author Ganeshji Marwaha/ganeshread@gmail.com
*/

(function($) { // Compliant with jquery.noConflict()
$.fn.jCarouselLite = function(o) {
o = $.extend({
btnPrev: null,
btnNext: null,
btnGo: null,
mouseWheel: false,
auto: null,

speed: 200,
easing: null,

vertical: false,
circular: true,
visible: 3,
start: 0,
scroll: 1,

beforeStart: null,
afterEnd: null
}, o || {});

return this.each(function() { // Returns the element collection. Chainable.

var running = false, animCss=o.vertical?”top”:”left”, sizeCss=o.vertical?”height”:”width”;
var div = $(this), ul = $(“ul”, div), tLi = $(“li”, ul), tl = tLi.size(), v = o.visible;

if(o.circular) {
ul.prepend(tLi.slice(tl-v-1+1).clone())
.append(tLi.slice(0,v).clone());
o.start += v;
}

var li = $(“li”, ul), itemLength = li.size(), curr = o.start;
div.css(“visibility”, “visible”);

li.css({overflow: “hidden”, float: o.vertical ? “none” : “left”});
ul.css({margin: “0”, padding: “0”, position: “relative”, “list-style-type”: “none”, “z-index”: “1”});
div.css({overflow: “hidden”, position: “relative”, “z-index”: “2”, left: “0px”});

var liSize = o.vertical ? height(li) : width(li); // Full li size(incl margin)-Used for animation
var ulSize = liSize * itemLength; // size of full ul(total length, not just for the visible items)
var divSize = liSize * v; // size of entire div(total length for just the visible items)

li.css({width: li.width(), height: li.height()});
ul.css(sizeCss, ulSize+”px”).css(animCss, -(curr*liSize));

div.css(sizeCss, divSize+”px”); // Width of the DIV. length of visible images

if(o.btnPrev)
$(o.btnPrev).click(function() {
return go(curr-o.scroll);
});

if(o.btnNext)
$(o.btnNext).click(function() {
return go(curr+o.scroll);
});

if(o.btnGo)
$.each(o.btnGo, function(i, val) {
$(val).click(function() {
return go(o.circular ? o.visible+i : i);
});
});

if(o.mouseWheel && div.mousewheel)
div.mousewheel(function(e, d) {
return d>0 ? go(curr-o.scroll) : go(curr+o.scroll);
});

if(o.auto)
setInterval(function() {
go(curr+o.scroll);
}, o.auto+o.speed);

function vis() {
return li.slice(curr).slice(0,v);
};

function go(to) {
if(!running) {

if(o.beforeStart)
o.beforeStart.call(this, vis());

if(o.circular) { // If circular we are in first or last, then goto the other end
if(to<=o.start-v-1) { // If first, then goto last
ul.css(animCss, -((itemLength-(v*2))*liSize)+”px”);
// If “scroll” > 1, then the “to” might not be equal to the condition; it can be lesser depending on the number of elements.
curr = to==o.start-v-1 ? itemLength-(v*2)-1 : itemLength-(v*2)-o.scroll;
} else if(to>=itemLength-v+1) { // If last, then goto first
ul.css(animCss, -( (v) * liSize ) + “px” );
// If “scroll” > 1, then the “to” might not be equal to the condition; it can be greater depending on the number of elements.
curr = to==itemLength-v+1 ? v+1 : v+o.scroll;
} else curr = to;
} else { // If non-circular and to points to first or last, we just return.
if(to<0 || to>itemLength-v) return;
else curr = to;
} // If neither overrides it, the curr will still be “to” and we can proceed.

running = true;

ul.animate(
animCss == “left” ? { left: -(curr*liSize) } : { top: -(curr*liSize) } , o.speed, o.easing,
function() {
if(o.afterEnd)
o.afterEnd.call(this, vis());
running = false;
}
);
// Disable buttons when the carousel reaches the last/first, and enable when not
if(!o.circular) {
$(o.btnPrev + “,” + o.btnNext).removeClass(“disabled”);
$( (curr-o.scroll<0 && o.btnPrev)
||
(curr+o.scroll > itemLength-v && o.btnNext)
||
[]
).addClass(“disabled”);
}

}
return false;
};
});
};

function css(el, prop) {
return parseInt($.css(el[0], prop)) || 0;
};
function width(el) {
return el[0].offsetWidth + css(el, ‘marginLeft’) + css(el, ‘marginRight’);
};
function height(el) {
return el[0].offsetHeight + css(el, ‘marginTop’) + css(el, ‘marginBottom’);
};

})(jQuery);