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I have a problem, when i submit a new article, the rich text appear good, but when i edit the article the rich text don't work, i saw in html text.

also, how i can put a link in article, i installed modules links but it didn't funtions.
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    The links module has two or three settings that must be set to allow links to actually work in the story and/or comments. The third setting makes the links 'rel='nofollow''.

    And the 'allowed html' must be set for Pligg to know what html is allowed. It's in 'configure - submit' in 1.2.2 and should be something equivalent in 2.0.x. Admin users can have different allowed html from normal users.

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    What module you have used for the WYSIWYG editor? Because AFAIK, the TinyMCE module wasn't updated for Pligg 2 and that might be the reason for your issue?

    For links jhawkin is right, you need to go to Admin > Modules > Links Module and check the "Convert http://:...." settings so that it will work.

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