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      TinyMCE WYSIWYG Editor

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      Released: 04-13-2009 Last Update: Never Downloads: 295
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      This is my TinyMCE module which still needs some finishing touches to get it working with the latest SVN releases. Please don't post a reply unless you wish to contribute fixes to the module. I will remove any other posts until this module has been completed.

      This module is no longer packaged with Pligg CMS because it hasn't been tested enough and the filesize of the module is quite large (1/3 the size of Pligg CMS when zipped).

      What is WYSIWYG?

      WYSIWYG is an acronym for What You See Is What You Get, used to describe a system in which content displayed during editing appears very similar to the final output. Without WYSIWYG you will see HTML code in textfields, which makes it more difficult for common users to understand and use. An example of a WYSIWYG would be the vBulletin editor used on the Pligg forums for composing posts.

      What is TinyMCE?
      TinyMCE is a web based Javascript HTML WYSIWYG editor that can be easily integrated into your site. We have packaged all of the necessary javascript files into a module that can be quickly added to your website by just installing the module.



      Features of the Pligg TinyMCE Module:
      I wanted to design this module to make it pretty basic for posting stories to your website so I chose to remove a lot of the features from TinyMCE. One such feature which users may want to add back in is the ability to insert images or links into posts. I will not be providing instructions on how to add either feature back in so please don't ask. I am working on adding the image button on for the admin page editor (Admin > Manage > Pages), but it seems to be stripping the image url at the moment. If you are really interested on adding links and images to the main submit process you should probably look at how the page editor template and the TinyMCE module relate to figure it out once I get the features working there.

      Installation and Uninstallation Notes:
      When you install the TinyMCE module it automatically adds html tags to the Admin > Configure > Submit page for the 3 "HTML tags to allow" fields for Normal, Admin and God user levels. I found that for some reason I had to click to edit the field and re-submit them for the site to recognize all of the allowed HTML tags. You may need to do the same after installing the module.

      When uninstalling this module you might want to disable the ability for users to manually add the HTML tags to their posts by removing the previously mentioned HTML tags from the Admin > Configure > Submit page.

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    New Pligger major_killer's Avatar
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    great module... but how can i add image and media buttons in tinymce module?

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    Member/Coder MissDanni's Avatar
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    When using images the editor removes the img src and makes it local.

    Example:
    img src=http://foo.com/icons/icon.gif

    Editor Changes to:
    img src=../icons/icon.gif

    Is there a way to change this so full url can be used and not changed?

    Nevermind I figured it out

    FILE:

    js/tiny_mce.js
    FIND:

    convert_urls:1,relative_urls:1
    CHANGE TO:

    convert_urls:0,relative_urls:0
    Note: Not saying you should or shouldn't do this, but it is how I fixed MY trouble.

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    Casual Pligger riga75's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by MissDanni View Post
    When using images the editor removes the img src and makes it local.

    Example:
    img src=http://foo.com/icons/icon.gif

    Editor Changes to:
    img src=../icons/icon.gif

    Is there a way to change this so full url can be used and not changed?

    Nevermind I figured it out

    FILE:
    FIND:
    CHANGE TO

    Note: Not saying you should or shouldn't do this, but it is how I fixed MY trouble.
    I have done what you say but I transform the url like this:
    www. mysite. com / static / myfile.zip

    Why?
    Thank you

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    Member soleimanian's Avatar
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    how can i change the textarea direction from "LTR" to "RTL"

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    Pligg Founder/Coder/Designer Yankidank's Avatar
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    Admin > Language > Search for "LTR" and change it to "RTL". That sets the body direction for your entire site to RTL which should probably change the text input fields too.
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    Member soleimanian's Avatar
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    thanks buddy, but i know that. i've changed it in language file.
    my site is RTL,
    but the editor textarea is LTR

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    Pligg Founder/Coder/Designer Yankidank's Avatar
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    Maybe you need to edit the textarea in the templates to <textarea dir="rtl">
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    New Pligger ramiredram's Avatar
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    Changing language and adding advanced template.

    TinyMCE is a great editor, and searching around I found that there are alot of language packs for this editor (Language Packs), so I downloaded the spanish pack, and tried to follow the instructions to install it but I can't get it to work.
    I also wonder if I can enable the advanced features of TinyMCE into my pligg install. Thanks in advance and I hope you can mainly help me out in the language pack part.

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    New Pligger ijqureshi's Avatar
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    Its not working 1.0.2 CAN YOU PLEASE CHECK!

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