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Tutorial For Upgrading PowerCMS with the new HTML Editor

Thread began 12/03/2009 3:28 am by anonymous | Last modified 12/19/2009 4:16 pm by anonymous | 2290 views | 11 replies


try this

I followed Brians small tutorial.
Got the same problem as u, found out that the "Custom" layout did not work so i just put "Default" as layout, could then after change to custom layout.

in the contents_update.php - file i just renamed the path to "../HTMLEditor/" and added the <?php require_once("../HTMLEditor/WARichEditorPHP.php"); ?> in the grp of requiers at the top of the page. Removed all the old paths to iRight.

With the contents_insert.php - file
I followed the tut and insterted a new editor, change the team from "Custom" to "Default", cos after it was just blank and gave a error that said it could not find "Custom".
Made the proper changes in the code to match the old iRight.

Hope this helps you out m8


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