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HTML Editor 3 & Framework Builder

Thread began 3/30/2011 1:28 pm by codamedia | Last modified 4/01/2011 9:35 am by Jason Byrnes | 1054 views | 3 replies |

codamedia

HTML Editor 3 & Framework Builder

I just upgraded to HTML Editor 3 and did some preliminary tests. I am having a problem with the KFM (File Manager) launching properly when the page is loaded with Framework Builder.

EG: I have an index.php folder in root, that loads pages (via framework builder) from my plugin folder. When I load a page that includes "html editor" the editor itself loads no problem, but when I launch the file manager (from an image/link/flash icon in the editor) it throws a 404 error. I have to edit the filemanager config setting to make it work properly. (Note: I do not edit the KFM configuration file, I edit the reference to the KFM in the editor instance "$CKEditor_config["filebrowserBrowseUrl"] ="). I have to remove a "../" from the referenced link.

Although it is easy, and I don't mind doing this by hand, I think it is really important that your tools work with one another - seamlessly. They need to know when they are being pulled in with "Framework Builder" and compensate for that.

This problem did not occur with HTML Editor 2 (btw - I liked that KFM file manager more, but maybe I'll get used to this newer one), and I have also tried with and without setting a baseURL meta tag.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

thank you for reporting this, we will have it addressed in an upcoming update.

instead of changing the path on that line, add this line of code after it:

php:
if (function_exists('rel2abs')) $CKEditor_config["filebrowserBrowseUrl"] = rel2abs($CKEditor_config["filebrowserBrowseUrl"],dirname(__FILE__));




if you prefer the look of the old file browser, you can change the skin back by editing this section of the filebrowser line:

theme=webassist_v2&
to:
theme=webassist&

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codamedia

Thanks for the tips Jason, both suggestions worked perfectly.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you're welcome.

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