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Adding b64 images support to the default whitelist

Posted by Sander 

Hi,

I would like to add b64 images support to the default whitelist.

Doing

$config->set('URI.AllowedSchemes', array('data' => true));

makes htmlpurifier let the images through, but it resets the entire default whitelist.

So, my question is, is it possible to add this setting to the default whitelist ?

Re: Adding b64 images support to the default whitelist
May 18, 2018 04:09PM

Yeah, this is a wart in the config object interface. The easiest thing to do is copy paste in the default and add the piece you want.

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