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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 | 2336 views | 18 replies

Christopher WestCommunity Expert

ok, if I go for a support ticket, would it be possible for CKeditor version 3 which is currently part of HTML Editor be adpated so i can "mimic" Inline Editing, so rather then the Website Admin having to go to a different page to edit the content, they would simply edit the content from the actual website link.?

in addition to your reply about using HTML Editor, and my response about not using it for various parts of the website such as a menu item link or even a footer background or header background etc etc, would the approach of me holding the CSS styles in a seperate PHP file with recordsets for where those CSS styles are stored in the database make sense to that approach...and then for the "main content area of the website use HTML Editor for that part?


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