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Thread began 5/16/2013 10:26 pm by CheopisIV | Last modified 5/31/2013 12:31 pm by CheopisIV | 8108 views | 68 replies


Thanks Jason, been looking through the pcms_update folder to see what is different in the old and new system. We would like to update a school website that we built for a client and as this would be an FOC update we would like it to go smoothly and quickly so a number a questions. At this point the client knows nothing about the existance of an inline editing system so we would like to update their site to see how it works before we design new Power CMS sites for other clients.

1. So that we can describe to the client how the updated system will work could you give a brief explanation of how the old and new systems differ. We realise that the inline editor displays the online page but not yet sure how the process is presented to the client as they logon and edit the site. If possible some screenshots of what the client will see with the new system would be useful.

2. It looks as though the enter key is already set for line breaks in the new ckeditor/config.js file. In the old system we had this set in the contents_update.php and contents_insert.php files so is there no need to do this now in these two files?

3. We had some specific h1, h2 and h3 styles set in ckeditor/contents.css so would these be set in the new ckeditor/contents.css file or would it be done in ckeditor/config.js

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