How to use Built-in Content Filters of RadEditor to enable Absolute URLs

| Thursday, February 6, 2014
RadEditor provides feature to upload images, documents, videos etc along with the content. The default path for uploading and viewing these attachments is the path relative to the website.

To make the path absolute for certain situations, add ContentFilters="MakeUrlsAbsolute" attribute to the RadEditor as follows.

  <telerik:RadEditor runat="server" ID="RadEditor1" SkinID="DefaultSetOfTools" Height="400px" ContentFilters="MakeUrlsAbsolute"  
         Width="100%" CssClass="addeditor">  
         <ImageManager ViewPaths="~/Upload" UploadPaths="~/Upload" DeletePaths="~/Upload"></ImageManager>  
         <DocumentManager MaxUploadFileSize='2100000' ViewPaths="~/Upload" UploadPaths="~/Upload" DeletePaths="~/Upload"></DocumentManager>  

It will make all src attributes in the editor content to have absolute URLs


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