Allows administrators to replace the base URL in <img> and <a> elements.
Users tend to create links and images in their content with absolute URLs. This can be a problem if the site moves to another domain (perhaps between development and production sites) or is behind a proxy, with a different address for authenticated users.
Some replacement examples:
<a href="http://example.com:8080/somepath>Some link</a>
<a href="/somepath>Some link</a>
<img src="http://dev.example.com/files/image.jpg" alt="Some image" />
<img src="/files/image.jpg" alt="Some image" />
You can setup such replacements in the URL Replace Filter settings as follow:
%baseurl is a token for your site's base URL. The above examples assume a site located in the domain's root directory (in which case
%baseurl is actually empty).