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Thread began 6/04/2009 7:27 pm by robert222776 | Last modified 5/26/2010 8:25 pm by robert222776 | 3147 views | 11 replies


Hi Eric,

I seem to have answered my own dumb question, I did the global find and replace, it seemed that there were only 2 files that were involved with this, contents_update_ContentValue1.php
After performing the global find and replace, I uploaded them to my live server and I must say, I was quite surprised to finally view formatted source code.

Thank you

Originally Said By: Eric Mittman
  There are two setting within the CKeditor that control the formatting of the source. They are:


By default these are set to false, you will need to udpate them to be true to get the source code to be properly formatted.

You will find these settings in several of the files, you can update it with a global find and replace. If you just want to update the formatting of the source code then you only need to update the FormatSource setting, if you would like to update how the output is formatted then you can update the FormatOutput setting.

for FormatSource, do a site wide find and replace with these values:

FCKConfig.FormatSource = false

replace with:
FCKConfig.FormatSource = true

for FormatOutput do the same but look for these values:

FCKConfig.FormatOutput = false

replace with:
FCKConfig.FormatOutput = true  

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