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Thread began 10/11/2012 12:14 pm by Christopher West | Last modified 10/17/2012 8:23 am by Christopher West | 2333 views | 18 replies

Christopher WestCommunity Expert

Thats what I thought.

I expected to use HTML Editor for the main body of content. however for little things such as menu link fonts/colour/size I didnt think it be good to use HTML Editor for this purpose since its just one word (for example) for the menu link, so i figured to store the menu links font, size and colour in a database then rather then a .CSS file I would store in a PHP file and use a recordset to retrieve the database fields for the smaller parts of the website relating to template.

Also I noticed that HTML Editor uses CKEditor and on CKEditor there is a beta version 4 which uses really call Inline Editing:


Im wondering if there is a way of replacing the current CKEditor in the WebAssist folder (however the version 4 of CKEditor uses a different folder structure then version 3 which you use.

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