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Please try adding  cq.authoring.editor in categories for your clientlib.

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AEM Component to allow content author to input HTML, JavaScript and CSS
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We have a custom component created in AEM which accepts HTML, JavaScript and CSS Styles altogether in a single text area and embed it into the page where the component is used. Embedding of this text is done with context "unsafe". Everything works fine. But if content author places a code, say for example tag and missed to put a closing tag, the component disappears from component tree once the page is refreshed (I suspect the reason might be that Slightly would have considered the code is potentially harmful). However the component is still accessible from CRXDE but not in Touch UI which makes difficult for content authors to correct their mistake. Any thoughts on this is appreciated. tag and missed to put a closing tag, the component disappears from component tree once the page is refreshed (I suspect the reason might be that Slightly would have considered the code is potentially harmful). However the component is still accessible from CRXDE but not in Touch UI which makes difficult for content authors to correct their mistake. Any thoughts on this is appreciated.

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Re: Resizing of components in layout mode
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Hi Priya, Did you get that fixed? I am facing the same issue and there are no LESS compilation issues.

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No media queries CSS specifically added and the changes we do are reflecting if the page is "Viewed as Published". It isnt reflecting in author layout mode alone.

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AEM 6.4 Layout mode - Resizing component not working other than desktop
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I am using AEM 6.4 version. When I visit a page in layout mode, I am able to resize the components for desktop, tablet and mobile. But the resizing is not getting reflected in authoring page for tablet and mobile alone. Table and mobile always reflect the desktop components sizes. However the resizing are reflected for tablet and mobile, if the page is viewed in published mode. There are no errors in LESS compilation. Can anyone suggest what is missing. I dont see JavaScript errors either and th...

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Specific page in authoring environment creates multiple redirect requests
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In AEM Authoring environment, when I try to edit a page it takes a while and the request of the page is getting stalled. So the page doesn't show up. The same page is editable by admin user.There are no specific permission policies set to that page. Permissions for my ID is set to allow page create, modify and delete. From the error.log and browser console, the request for the page content seems to be redirecting multiple times without any response.One of the custom component used in that page h...

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