Are you using CMF?  If so, CMFDefault.utils has a function
(isHTMLSafe) that strips tags like embed.

José Henrique.

2005/11/21, David De Maeyer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> Hi all,
>
> Got a weird problem with Zope... One of our user
> reported the following issue (under Zope 2.6.0):
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> One html page makes use of the <EMBED> tag to show and
> play a MPEG video using the Windows Media Player. When
> we tried to edit that page for a minor text revision
> and saved that page, Zope did throw a 'Dynamic tag
> "embed" not allowed.'... and the change made to the
> page was lost.
>
> We then decided to remove the <EMBED> tag, just did a
> cut, and proceeded with the text revision. It worked
> but as one could expect we couldn't get the <EMBED>
> tag pasted into the document without having Zope
> complaining about that tag.
>
> Therefore a simple question: how do we get Zope to
> properly deal with this <EMBED> tag again? Is it is a
> configuration problem?
>
> Any idea?
>
> Regards
>
> David De Maeyer
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