📰 BBcode to HTML Convertor - New Plugin from Zeroqode

This simple but powerful plugin helps you convert BBcode to HTML and vice versa. It can convert Rich text editor value to HTML, which is useful for sending emails. In addition, it supports tags for images, videos, and tables.

Life demo: https://zeroqode-demo-23.bubbleapps.io/bbcode_to_html_converter

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hey hey @levon

Same issue on this plugin than on ZQ RTE… you can not add an image and output if in html without xxxxxxxx caracters and try on your demo page, not working.

please you guys are so experts, help us !

Hello, @Sarah_Esteve!
Please accept our apologies for the late reply :pray:

If we got your report correctly, you are trying to upload an image file into the RTE element (does not matter, our RTE plugin or initial Bubble’s RTE) and use our BBcode to HTML plugin to convert it to HTML (according to your screenshot)?

In this case, image files can be converted to base64 automatically by the RTE element. Our BBcode to HTML plugin can not (and it is not designed to) process the base64 code, unfortunately.

Please let us know if there are any details or anything else we can help you with.
Zeroqode Support Team

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We have updated the plugin with the new feature: now our BBcode to HTML Converter can work on the backend workflows! :tada:

Please update your plugin to the latest version (1.3.0 : “Added server-side action - Converter”) and give it a try.

Hope you will like it :slightly_smiling_face:
Zeroqode Support Team

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thx for replying. What’s the play to set ZQ RTE to convert files added with the “image” icon in the RTE?

@Sarah_Esteve, apologies for the late reply :pray:

Currently, there is no solution for this case. Some images (like small ones) are being converted into direct URLs with no issue when you insert them into the RTE element. But GIFs and large images are converted to base64.

We are now in search of a solution for this trouble and once it appears - we let you know. Apologies for any inconvenience. :slightly_smiling_face:

Happy holidays! :christmas_tree:

Zeroqode Support Team


Happy holidays guys <3

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Did you find a solution ? I have the same issue

Hi @openhousevisitors, sorry for the delayed reply.

If you refer to the possibility to convert large images to URLs, this has been implemented within the RTE plugin, in one of the previous updates.

In case your question referred to another subject, please let us know.

Zeroqode Support Team