Important: #94876 - Remove “Non-XML text” validator from form editor¶
See Issue #94876
The “Non-XML text” validator has been removed from the UI of the form editor. Here’s why:
- The validator has a very specific purpose since it is only useful for values which are output in an HTML context without escaping. By default, this is never the case in TYPO3 thanks to the automatic escaping in Fluid.
- The form editor is meant to be used by editors and integrators where the most use cases involve output of form values within TYPO3 (website / mail). This validator does not serve any purpose then.
- The form editor should be uncluttered and stripped from too technical and complex concepts which this validator belongs to.
If there are already text validators within a form definition, the UI keeps the corresponding validator editors. I.e. the form editor will display them. In newly created forms, the text validator can no longer be added by default.
If you want to re-add this validator just extend your own form configuration.
The following example adds the “Non-XML text” validator to the form element
Text. The path
contains the definition for the validators. We are adding the validator with the key
100 to not interfere with keys already taken by the core (
TYPO3: CMS: Form: prototypes: standard: formElementsDefinition: Text: formEditor: editors: 900: selectOptions: 100: value: Text label: formEditor.elements.TextMixin.editor.validators.Text.label