I really do hope I am not missing something obvious :)
I am working on an internal PHP Wiki site, and have gotten requests turn on HTML support.
The INSTALL file says:
PhpWiki ships with this featured disabled by default. According to CERT
(http://www.cert.org/advisories/CA-2000-02.html) malicious users can embed
HTML in your pages that allow pure evil to happen. You can uncomment the
"elseif" in lib/transform.php to allow embedded HTML; but you should NEVER
do this if your Wiki is publically accessible."
Good Follower of Documentation that I am, I uncommented this block:
      elseif (preg_match("/(^\|)(.*)/", $tmpline, $matches)) {
          //HTML mode
         $html .= SetHTMLOutputMode("", ZERO_LEVEL, 0);
         $html .= $matches[2];
Is there anything else I need to do? It doesn't seem to be working, PHPWicki munges the HTML just like it did before I made the change...