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Upgrading a Site that Uses HTML Editor 2 to Editor 3

Thread began 2/20/2011 8:51 pm by jeff382039 | Last modified 3/02/2011 10:23 am by jeff382039 | 1216 views | 3 replies


Upgrading a Site that Uses HTML Editor 2 to Editor 3

Ok, so I bought HTML Editor 3, and am all excited to install this, however I need to know in advance what effect this will have on a site that already uses HTML Editor 2? Are there any extra steps that need to be taken, do i need to reapply the html editor to all the pages ect?

I think it would be great to have a sticky for all upgrades to address these version upgrade issues. I have a lot of work that uses html editor 2 and am afraid that when i install html editor 3 i am going to face a whole bunch of issues. I am assuming that webassist has thought of this? Is it seamless?

Anybody have any experience with this yet, or do i have to be the test gerbil?

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