I’m using OJS 126.96.36.199 with postgresql.
When I have some article with a link inside the abstract field or some embed video, it work’s inside tiny_mce.
But in in the article page it’s not working.
A link like: <a href="https://vimeo.com/147721141">A Musicológica Kamayurá - Entrevista com Rafael José de Menezes Bastos</a>
Goes to: <a>A Musicológica Kamayurá - Entrevista com Rafael José de Menezes Bastos</a>
No errors in apache log.
I don’t think postgresql is the problem. We installed OJS 2.4.8 with Postgres this week and links in articles do work fine either created by editing the html or using the TinyMCE Editor. I haven’t tried embedding a video yet.
Maybe you entered something wrong using the TinyMCE.
You can check this by logging in as editor for the journal and view the archived submission. In summary there is the possibility to edit the metadata. Click on HTML in the bottom of the abstract window and view the source.
Here is the source of my Test Artcle with links in the abstract
This is an abstract test with link added by editing the html
As we can see in the first image, it works when I’m editing metadata. But, when I see it in the article, it do not works. If I entered something wrong using the TinyMCE, it should not work when I edit the abstract, I guess.
I double checked the link editing html and it’s ok.
I’m thinking that the OJS makes some treatment in the database field before placing it on the screen.
Inside database the field is ok too.
I’ve copied and pasted yours code lines, it not works too.
The tag was missing href attribute in the allowed_html of config.inc.php.
I changed to: <a href|target> <em> <strong> <cite> <code> <ul> <ol> <li> <dl> <dt> <dd> <b> <i> <u> <img> <sup> <sub> <br> <p> <iframe src>"
Href is ok.
But target attribute and iframe tag do not work.
I’m I doing something wrong?