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Get HTML Editor to display styles properly in editor window

Thread began 5/28/2010 9:22 am by Justin@AdventDesign | Last modified 5/01/2012 12:41 pm by Justin@AdventDesign | 2675 views | 10 replies

Web Designer Troy

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  Go to Window -> Style. In the style window, click the chain icon to link a new style sheet. Select the style sheet and click the OK button to attach it.  

Where is this? Is this an older verison of HTML Editor. When I select the edit button, the closest thing I get to a applying a stylesheet is the "Style list preset." I'm sure that's not it.

But if it is, the style (the look) is not being applied to the editing section, even though I see the styles (the look) in the "Style List." Why is this?

(Please note that my website is on a subroot and ckeditor always tries to refer to the root.)

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