The only difference between a MOSS wiki page and normal HTML code is the support for [[page]] links. Everything else is just standard HTML. The [] tag only supports linking to a page, not an anchor within that page. Here is what the wiki documentation says about the [] tag:
Creating links to pages
You can link to another page in this wiki site by enclosing the name of the page in double brackets on the edit form. For example, type [[Home]] to create a link to the page named Home and [[How to use this wiki site]] to create a link to this page.
To create a link to a page and have the link display different text than the page name, type a pipe character (|) after the page name, and then type the display text. For example, type [[Home|Home Page]] to create the link labeled Home Page that points to the page named Home.
To display double opening or closing brackets without making a link, type a backslash before the two brackets. For example, \[[ or \]].
The anchor problems you have are caused by the MOSS content filters. These filters "clean" the HTML content after it is submitted by our editor and unfortunately we cannot control them. if you have a link, which starts with a slash or is an absolute url (e.g. /page.aspx or http://server/page.aspx
) then the filters will leave it. However, if your link is relative (e.g. href="page.aspx"), it will be removed. You can verify that this behavior is not caused by RadEditor by disabling the editor features and trying the same in the original content editor in IE or directly editing the HTML in Firefox.
The final problem (href="") on anchor links is probably caused by the editor. Open the configuration file ListConfigFile.xml (
The final problem (href="") on anchor links is probably caused by the editor. Open the configuration file ListConfigFile.xml (http://www.telerik.com/help/radeditormoss/SetPropertiesViaConfigFile.html
) and change the following two lines:
This way the editor will not modify the anchor tags.
All the best,
the Telerik team