Hi Daniel Rojas,
If you are using the latest version of RadEditor for MOSS you need to set the AllowScripts
property to true
in the ConfigFile.xml (this is for webpart scenario).
For WCM scenario, you will also need to set the AllowSpecialTags
in the the current page using SharePoint Designer.
Review the following online help article http://www.telerik.com/help/aspnet-ajax/scripts-in-radeditor.html
I tested the provided code and I was able to insert it in webpart
scenario. However there was a problem in WCM
scenario. When you save the content the name
attributes of the select
element are stripped by the MOSS content filters. When you submit the page, MOSS will validate it and automatically make changes if the content is not valid. You can verify this by trying to enter the same content with the original SharePoint rich text editor. We have not been able to find a workaround for this behavior yet.
the Telerik team