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Stop HTML tag validation in the WYSIWYG Source Code Editor

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    Avatar photoenslaved2die

    My problem currently is that there is no way to implement the Google Model-Viewer in a post per post way. The Source Code Editor in the WYSIWYG Editor is validating known HTML tags and because of this the <model-viewer> tag is trashed at safe.I don’t want to see the result in the editor itself, I only want that the tag is NOT thrashed.

    This thing is also a problem with other web-components.Is there a way to change that behaviour, do I miss something here?
    If not this is a big flaw in my eyes and I would put this ticket as a feature request.

    I think we need a way to allow custom tags in general in the WYSIWYG editor, maybe with template editor scripts?

    Avatar photoTomasz Dziuda

    I am closing this topic as it is duplicate of similar issue here:

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