This is the working group to discuss and coordinate the integration of client-side editors in Drupal core.
Developers and maintainers of client-side editors (aka. WYSIWYG) integration modules and other interested people are invited to join in and share their ideas and participate in the current efforts to build a Wysiwyg API that seamlessly integrates with Drupal core.
More information on the current status of the module can be found on the Wysiwyg project page.
Live discussions on development and support happen in #drupal-wysiwyg.
The current status, progress, and roadmap of all efforts are summarized on a special page:
I have been using drupal for quite a while, but am really new to the wysiwyg plugin.
Almost everything is working really fine, but my only issue is, that on of the themes I use has a dark background and white text. Editing this page with CKEditor, you can't see any text, as both background and text is white. So I am wondering, how I can change the background color (changing text color would be fine, too, but it's not really wysiwyg then anymore, is it?).
For some reasons, i needed to enable a wysiwyg on some system pages which are not handled by the plugin like :
- site information
- block configuration
Does anyone know how to do that on a 6.X Drupal ? I searched a lot but can't figure out how to do that.Read more
I just installed WYSIWYG 22.214.171.124 on a fresh Drupal 6.19.
I wanted to use it in combination with TinyMCE, so I downloaded that too (version 126.96.36.199), unzipped it and uploaded it to the specified folder (sites/all/libraries/tinymce).
However, I cannot really TinyMCE, as WYSIWYG tells me following error: "The version of TinyMCE could not be detected."
I double-checked all the paths and it seems right to me, even the library can be found under the specified path (sites/all/libraries/tinymce/jscripts/tiny_mce/tiny_mce.js).
I have been using the LESS CSS Preprocessor module (http://drupal.org/project/less) for my projects.
I currently use TinyMCE as the WYSIWYG library. I noticed that when the theme CSS option is used for the editor CSS, my theme stylesheet files, that are in less, don't load properly. They appear in the list of css files, but with the less extension, so the features that the less preprocessor provides are ignored.Read more
Pretty new to Drupal in general.
I've noticed that none of the WYSIWYG editors I've installed are working properly.
I mean, I can see the actual editor plus the functions and buttons I have configured, and I can also see the changes I'm implementing in the content I am creating, but after publishing it - the changes do not apply anymore.
Does anyone have any suggestions?
Have installed CKEditor (eventually) on a test site within a folder called "drupal" on a 1and1 hosted site.
All is well but when uploading an image it won't display in the preview or live.
The image is getting saved in this path: "/drupal/sites/all/modules/ckeditor/ckfinder/core/connector/php/images".
However the wysiwig thinks they're saved here: "/drupal/sites/all/sites/default/files/images/"
I'm not fussed where the images are saved, I just want to get them to display correctly and can't see an obvious place to configure the path to images within drupal.Read more
I have this question especially for qtip (Stylish jQuery Tooltips), but it's a general issue; how to get other and new editing features as buttons inside editors as : WYSIWYG, CKEditor, Whizzywig and XStandard ??!
See: How can we get buttons of qtip inside the best editors? - http://drupal.org/node/916000
For sites where a lot of people can post and respond, it would be more easy and feature rich, if we can make it easy for them to quickly find all the editing features (back), while a button can be quicker than thinking about the format and typing the code.Read more
there is a problem with skin load in our precious module. all of buttons are in one group and there is no chance to wrap a toolbar with that bug, so it has almost 800px sometimes.
it is something like this: http://drupal.org/files/issues/ckscreen.jpg
is someone going to fix this? if yes when?
So I am trying to create a Tutorial node type (similar to instructables) that has multiple pages, which are then rendered into a tabbed interface on the node page. This is what I have got so far http://robotgeek.flpvp.com/tutorials/admin/tutorial-page-reordering
If you look at the html, I've taken textarea fields and put them into a
Last updated by pillarsdotnet on Thu, 2011-06-30 01:16
Modules supporting uploading images inline into WYSIWYG textareas.
If you are looking for more detailed reviews, check this wiki post
Must have (criterias):
- Must have a kind of a dialog to add it inline - so integrate with the WYSIWYG editor in kind of a way
I have a custom node content type with multiple text areas. The input filter for those textareas should be fixed ("Filtered HTML"), so I don't want to show the filter selection dialog in my form.
$form['set']['f1']['f1'] = array(
'#type' => 'textarea',
'#title' => 'Title',
'#default_value' => $node->f1,
$form['set']['f1']['format'] = filter_form(4, NULL, array('f1_format')); // don't want this!
How can I get WYSIWYG to work on those textareas despite the missing input filter selection?
Hello, i'm using Drupal 6 with openWYSIWYG 1.4 and WYSIWYG 2.
Here's what i did:
1) download and install WYSIWYG
2) download and put OpenWYSIWYG in the right folder
3) enable OpenWYSIWYG for the HTMLeditor input format
Now, if i go to node/add and select the HTMLeditor input format, a "Disable rich text" link appears, but clicking on it is useless, and no editor appears. I tried to add a button, still no results.
Any help for debugging this problem?
Thanks a lot! =)Read more
I have wysiwyg and CKEditor and added the wysiwyg filter. When I use the font-size and font-family buttons in CKEditor, the formatting shows correctly in the creation, but not in the display, so it seems the HTML tags are being stripped.
Rich text from the text box shows the following tags being used:
Testing 2 more testingRead more
We are thinking about creating a plugin/API for the editor that will have web fonts in font dropdown menu, so users can edit with real fonts just like we select fonts in font dropdown menu in Word or other desktop editors. Something like: http://thewebfonts.com/editor/demoPageEnglish.html ; see the fonts which are web fonts using CSS @font-face using the web fonts from http://webfonts.fonts.com
My questions are:
1. Will people like it? how attractive is this feature?
2. What features you like to see, the editor plugin and/or API?
I'm using the WYSIWYG module (version 6.x-2.1) on my Drupal 6.x install. I'm using it in conjunction with Tiny MCE 3.2.6.
Object doesn’t support this property or method
tiny_mce.js Line: 1
Object doesn’t support this property or method
wysiwyg.js Line: 199 Code: 0 Line: 5
I upgraded Tiny MCE from 3.2.6 to the latest 3.3.6, but this did not fix the issue.
I also installed the NicEdit editor, but the same JS error showed up:
Object doesn’t support this property or methodRead more
Is there a clean way to add some theme specific editor options (configuration) in a way that neither a Wysiwyg module update nor editor update would overwrite them? For example if you wanted to combine CKEditor with the marinelli theme (see http://drupal.ckeditor.com/tricks), what is the cleanest way to do so (using Wysiwyg module)? I'm inclined to suggest new configuration field for such cases (see http://drupal.org/node/313497), so there would always be at least a dirty way to make such modifications without directly hacking the module/editor.Read more