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Customising the editor

Thread began 1/30/2010 7:54 am by jan195010 | Last modified 2/03/2010 2:27 am by jan195010 | 1998 views | 7 replies


Customising the editor

Hi I've installed powerCMS 1.2 and managed to get it working - many thanks to the those who have added posts here, all my previous issues have been answered with the pdfs provided by others and the knowledgebase.

I'm now struggling with customising the html editor. I want to remove some (many!) of the buttons before I hand off to the client and to customise the CSS styles and drop down list. I have html editor but have never used it. When I am using it within a site for powerCMS, which page do I need to be on before I open it, once I do what settings do I need to use? Does this make all the changed in the editor for me or do I manually need to edit some files?

Apologies if this is in a help file somewhere but I've not been able to find it. IS there a comprehensive guide to the product anywhere?


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