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Hello,Is there an easy way to import tags from a .csv file to /etc/tags.Thanks.

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smacdonald2008​ : Agree.Its not recommended for authors to have this option.

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Thankyou this helped.I have later used eval for evaluating and outputting the code updated there.

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Hello,We have a requirement where authors should be able to input javascript code from the dialog and it should render as is within HTL.We provided a textarea for the same and in sightly have used ${properties.javascriptcode@ context='scriptString'} to renderThis however upon render shows output similar to the following - \r\nfunction myFunction() {\r\n var str = \x22The best things in life are free\x22;\r\n var patt = new RegExp(\x22e\x22);\r\n var res = patt.test(str);\r\n document.getElementById(\x22demo\x22).innerHTML = res;\r\n}\r\n<\/script>Is there a way to unescape these characters for scripts to render properly.Looking forward to your response.Thanks.

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@kautuk - we have tried the options suggested in the link you provided but have an issue in the edit mode of the author.Could you please help reopen this issue.Option 1 - We were able to get rid of the parsys tags with following code but not the parbase tags that come along with the editing.Option 2 - We therefore tried but it disables the edit mode on author although it would successfully remove the tags - Content of the ParsysLimiter File - public class ParsysLimiter {@SlingObjectprivate Sli...

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This issue is resolved.ParsysLimiter worked fine but there was an environmental issue causing the code to not reflect properly.

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Hello,We need to remove the parsys tag on the publish instance.So far I have done the following for the same.We are on AEM 6.2.1)Added the cq:htmlTag node at the component level so that the div tags get generated as per the structure mentioned in the cq:htmlTag node.2)Overlay the parsys.jsp to apps for the following change to render the div without parsys - if(mode == publish){ IncludeOptions.getOptions(request, true).forceSameContext(Boolean.TRUE).setDecorationTagName("");3)Added the sly tags t...

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Hello,I have an issue with the parsys div showing on the publish instance in the footer.So far I have done the following -

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Hello,We need to remove the parsys tag on the publish instance.So far I have done the following for the same.We are on AEM 6.2.1)Added the cq:htmlTag node at the component level so that the div tags get generated as per the structure mentioned in the cq:htmlTag node.2)Overlay the parsys.jsp to apps for the following change to render the div without parsys - if(mode == publish){ IncludeOptions.getOptions(request, true).forceSameContext(Boolean.TRUE).setDecorationTagName("");3)Added the sly tags t...

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