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Tips, tricks and howtos for the FCKEditor WYSIWYG Editor
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A little while back I posted about how I upgrade FCKEditor when a new release comes out, and how I need to merge changes from my old fckconfig.js to the new one for the new release. I have since learned how to use a custom configuration file with FCKEditor which means no longer needing to merge changes into the new version of the file.
FCKeditor is an in-browser WYSIWYG HTML editor and I use it on a number of websites including in the blog admin for this website. This post looks at how to put FCKeditor into a web page using PHP. In future posts I will look at some of the other functions and features of FCKeditor.
The FCKEditor in browser WYSIWYG HTML editor by default automatically detects the language it should use from the browser itself and falls back to a default setting. This post looks at how to change the default language and how to override the settings to it always uses a selected language.
FCKeditor has a style drop down box which can be used to apply styles to a block of text. The styles in the drop down box can be customised by specifying a custom fckstyles.xml file.
By default the file manager is disabled in the FCKEditor in-browser WYSIWYG HTML editor for security reasons, so people can't browse files on your server. This post looks at how to enable the connector with PHP so you can browse files on your server.