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Adding Styles to the HTML Editor

Thread began 2/08/2010 1:11 pm by christine310921 | Last modified 2/19/2010 11:09 pm by christine310921 | 3622 views | 15 replies


Getting into the editor

Thank you so much for all your efforts regarding the styles in the editor. I have been unable to come back to this for a few days but tried what Neilo suggested this morning. I created a duplicate copy of the site in DW as instructed. DW informed me that I have now chosen a folder within the site root folder (which is what I understood is needed to stop the Editor creating a new HTML Editor outside of the CMS folder). However, I hit problems with your instructions about being able to edit the HTMLEditor UI from there. How exactly can I open the site's files now that I am in the CMS folder of my site with this duplicate copy? I am totally confused. Sorry about this but would appreciate some help.

I forgot to ask........ would it be okay to add styles to the fck_editorarea.css rather than doing all of the above?

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