I needed to edit an index.template.php PHP file for a Simple Machines Forum (SMF) theme to correct a problem with an image no longer being available at the site pointed to in the code. For the missing image, I saw the following code in the file:
href="#" _fcksavedurl="#" class="yukari"><img src="http://i43.tinypic.com/24xml1i.png" _fcksavedurl="http://i43.tinypic.com/24xml1i.png" border="0" title="YukarÄ±" /></a>
Instead of the referenced image appearing, a large image with the message "The image is no longer available appeared" on it appeared. I found the original image at the WayBack Machine from a web crawl performed by the WayBack Machine on November 17, 2018. It was just an upward pointing arrow within a circle with some decorative elements around the circle, so I could easily substitute another image for it—clicking on the image within the theme resulted in the page being redisplayed, but putting the viewer at the top of the page again if the viewer had scrolled down the page. But I wondered why the "_fcksavedurl=" was referenced. It is apparently because the code was edited with the the CKEditor WYSIWYG editor - see "_fcksavedurl?". The CKEditor was first released in 2003 as FCKeditor according to the Wikipedia CKEditor page. I changed both references to the prior image to point to the new image I placed in the "images" subdirectory for the theme where the problem occurred.