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I am developing a plugin, that needs to grab the contents of the wysiwyg editor content, push this content from the browser to the backend manually and create a new Page, and not use the default Editor Save.
I have no idea how the built-in editor Save works, but I need to replicate this and add my own things. Basically I need to avoid the email spamming that goes on when the default save happens and then I modify the content and further emails are sent.
Whereas I only want the last email to be sent, so I want to hajack the Save...
Any ideas or samples wold be appreciated.
I need this for Confluence, does it have the same?
Also I'm not working with wiki, I have the html wysiwyg content, which is html and visual representation of macros, which are actually html img objects, rather then macro definitions. I need to convert the wysiwyg (the page content when shown in the Confluence Editor) to XHTML storage, so I can Save it manually and not use the Confluence Save function.