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Upgrade from HTML Editor 2

Thread began 2/07/2011 8:01 am by john.tyson399129 | Last modified 2/18/2011 10:45 am by Jason Byrnes | 2009 views | 14 replies |

john.tyson399129

Upgrade from HTML Editor 2

Following an upgrade from V2 to V3, the content of the text box shows the raw HTML and no toolbar and the following "page error" message is issued:

Line: 215
Char: 1
Error: 'CKEDITOR' is undefined
Code: 0

I've tried uninstalling and re-installing the .mxp and deleting and re-creating the webassist folder from the remote server, both with the same result.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

to update a page that uses HTML Editor 2 to HTML Editor 3, you will need to make note of the HTML Editor 2 instance on the page, the Delete it. Go into source code for the page, and make surte that all Traces of the HTML Editor 2 code have been removed.

Then you can add the HTML Editor 3 instance to the page, set the name to use the same name as the HTML Editor 2 instance that you have deleted.

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john.tyson399129

Still produces error

I deleted all references to the editor, uploaded the file with no editor which worked fine, then re-added the editor and still get the error CKEDITOR is not defined.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

in the in the webassist/kfm/index.php file, look for this line:

php:
<script type="text/javascript"  src="j/all.php/can-minify"></script>




and change it to:

php:
<script type="text/javascript"  src="j/all.php"></script>




if you continue to have problems, please post a link where i can see the problem to investigate the cause further.

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john.tyson399129

Still no resolution...

Link attached...

edit_article.php?article_id=117&section_id=business

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Hmmmm, trying to open the ckeditor.js file directly is giving an error on your site:
ckeditor.js


it could be a permissions problem with the webassist folder, make sure that the entire webassist folder is uploaded to the server and that it has proper permissions.

you may want to contact the host to see if they con look into the error log to see what the issue is

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john.tyson399129

Still no resolution...

Permissions set to Read and Execute for webassist folder

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john.tyson399129

...and the following entry in the error log.

[Tue Feb 8 21:43:36 2011] [alert] [client 212.183.140.62] /domains/n/e/netherkellet.com/public_html/webassist/ckeditor/.htaccess: AddType not allowed here

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

try deleting the /webassist/ckeditor/.htaccess file.

you may need to edit the htaccess file at your sites root and add:
AddType text/xml .xml

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john.tyson399129

Deleting the file seems to work, but not if I add the file to the root of the site.

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