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Thread began 4/23/2011 11:38 pm by Lee Firth | Last modified 4/25/2011 8:22 am by Lee Firth | 1220 views | 4 replies

Lee Firth

Editor Styling

I had a client who was trialing inContext editing and as Adobe pulled the rug from under us on that one, I thought that I would give PowerCMS a go. Installed without a problem, but I'm wondering how to get the editor window display the styles like it is in the website. I've tried applying the stylesheet to the admin_cms/contents_update.php file but the styles come through everywhere but in the editor window. As an example of what I mean, the following is the html code:

<h1><img alt="" src="images/arrow_h1.gif" width="14" height="13" />&nbsp;POS Solution Specialists</h1>

<p>Harris Data Systems was Established on the Gold Coast in 1993. Since then it has changed the way businesses operate, making them more efficient and increasing probability by means of reliable, affordable and user friendly Point Of Sales Equipment right here in Australia.</p>

<p>Harris Data Systems is 100% Australian Owned with it&#8217;s &nbsp;Head Office at West Burleigh Heads and&nbsp; public offices across Australia and New Zealand. As a team Harris Data Systems has evolved into one of the Gold Coast&#8217;s leading authorised representatives for manufacturing partners allowing consumers to have the best choice of quality products for their business.</p>

<p>With over&nbsp;hundreds of client sites alone on the Gold Coast, in the Club, Retail and Hospitality Industries Harris Data Systems is committed to delivering high quality industry products with the best advice and guaranteed efficient friendly service support. Over 28 years Industry experience and 17 years extensive local market knowledge Harris Data Systems has well deserved the reputation of being the most honest and reliable point of sale solutions specialist.</p>

The attached file website.jpg shows how it is displayed on the website and the file editor.jpg is how it displays in the editor.

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