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Configuring styles in HTML Editor

Thread began 10/08/2014 12:05 pm by Christopher West | Last modified 10/08/2014 1:10 pm by Christopher West | 494 views | 3 replies

Christopher WestCommunity Expert

Configuring styles in HTML Editor

Hi there I am trying to add custom styles in HTML Editor so that I can let my client position images with margins. But it doesnt seem to be working as I thought.

I wondered if th path to the styles are set right?
for example in the inserted server behaviour
$CKEditor->basePath = "../../webassist/ckeditor/";
$CKEditor_config["filebrowserBrowseUrl"] = "../../webassist/kfm/index.php?uicolor=".urlencode(isset($CKEditor_config["uiColor"])?str_replace("#","#",$CKEditor_config["uiColor"]):"#eee")."&theme=webassist_v2&showsidebar=false&startup_folder=blog";

and the path for the custom styles is inserted as:

$CKEditor_config["stylesCombo_stylesSet"] = "my_styles:style_lists/stylelist1.js";

(so is the above path to the stylelist1.js wrong?

alsom when i created the style in HTML Editor the values are as in the attahced screenshot

Am I completely going the wrong way about it?

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