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How to deal with ' or (') in CKeditor

You can turn off html encoding for CKeditor through UI (i.e >= 4.7) Navigate to Administer >> Customize Data and Screens >> Display preferences Scroll down until you see Configure CkEditor button. ...
Pradeep Nayak's user avatar
8 votes

Test email does not match CiviMail WYSIWYG editor

WYSIWYG is something of a misnomer; what-you-see is not really what-you-get. This is universally true whenever your editing environment is different from the final product, even going back to the ...
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8 votes
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How do I center images or align text via CKEditor? Can I add more functionality?

A frustration I have had with CiviCRM has been the inability to center images or align text without modifying source code. This frustration was recently resolved by visiting Administer -> Customize ...
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6 votes

Directory not replaced with site name?

I just found and fixed the same problem. There are two possible fixes to this problem, only one of which is available to you immediately. As per usual, Chris nails it. In your civicrm.settings.php ...
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5 votes

CKEditor - add left, right, centre, justify buttons

It turns out this has a simple fix: add the 'Justify' plugin to Civicrm. Go to the CKEditor config screen: Administer > Customise data and screens > Display preferences > CKEditor config Then add ...
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5 votes
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Additional Fonts CKEditor

We had some more luck with the integrated UI configuration of CKeditor, and after some trial and error we came up with the following solution: In the following documentation I will assume that the ...
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4 votes
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Unable to use ckeditor after upgrade to 5.3.1

Do you have the Boxes contrib module enabled on your Drupal site? If so, your problem may be this: Issue #2175471: Incompatible with CiviCRM - CKEditor WYSIWYG does not load There is a patch ...
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Missing CKEditor & config button

There appears to be a recent bug, possibly introduced in 5.8 though I'm not certain, that affects the CKEditor, namely missing Configure CKEditor button and CKEditor itself won't appear. See this ...
Andrew Thompson's user avatar
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CKEditor can only edit user driven message templates

Jaap's comment is correct. It's unfortunately not possible to use a WYSIWYG editor on system templates because they're not (just) HTML, but contain Smarty code as well. Not only would Smarty break ...
Jon G - Megaphone Tech's user avatar
3 votes

How to restore the colour button in Ckeditor

If you go to civicrm/admin/ckeditor?reset=1 you should be able to activate the plugin "Colorbutton".
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Adding images in CKEditor

I forgot to post an answer before, but am prompted to do so as someone has a similar problem. I needed to set directory 755 and files 644 for wp-content/plugins/civicrm/civicrm/packages/kcfinder ...
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3 votes

Did anyone have a problem with CKEditor after 4.6.22 upgrade?

After checking my js console, I found my justify plugin folder was missing: ../civicrm/packages/ckeditor/plugins/justify <= folder missing I downloaded the plugin from here: http://ckeditor.com/...
Keith Webb's user avatar
3 votes

WYSIWYG editor disappeared in CiviCRM 4.7.16

Well, it works again through magic and voodoo. All I did was go to the Wordpress Access Control page as Christia recommended and clicked "Save". I didn't modify any settings. Just clicking "Save" ...
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WYSIWYG Editor Messing with URL's

I feel your pain. Using wysiwyg editors to write emails is like using salt to heal a bleeding wound. It might have a purpose, but probably not in this context. and in this context, it hurts. A lot. ...
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CiviMail WYSIWYG not working

Based on the screenshots it looks like you've installed WP in it's own directory as opposed to the web root. Starting in Version 4.7.27 CiviCRM will detect if WP is installed in it's own directory ...
Kevin Cristiano's user avatar
3 votes

crm.ckeditor.js not found

You can write the below code in civicrm.settings.php file to override the current value of [civicrm.root] token. global $civicrm_paths; $civicrm_paths['civicrm.root'] = array( 'url' => 'https://...
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image directory path seems to be ignored in CiviMail editor

Ok, I've worked it out. And it turns out that there is a location where CKEditor settings can be configured, namely at civicrm/admin/ckeditor?preset=default. (Through the GUI it's at "Administer" -> "...
rjoz's user avatar
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Error "Unknown Error" when uploading a file with CKEditor

I had the same case, the "clean" solution was to set an absolute path to Image Directory and the corresponding absolute URL to Image Upload URL
Bastien Ho's user avatar
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How can I use <html>, <head>, <body> tags in a mailing?

Another option: Don't use those tags in your email. If you actually need a <title> in your email, sure, this isn't for you. For the majority of cases, it's unlikely those top-level tags ...
Chris Burgess's user avatar
2 votes

WYSIWYG Editor Messing with URL's

From my tests, it seems like this mostly happens when the URL goes through the URL tracking of CiviCRM. For example, if I send myself a test email from CiviMail, the URL will have a &amp; in the ...
bgm's user avatar
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2 votes

WYSIWYG editor disappeared in CiviCRM 4.7.16

What WYSIWYG editor are you using? IF CKEditor, reestablish roles and permissions for the CKEditor by going into the configuration settings for text editors on your CMS side and make sure it's still ...
Christia's user avatar
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2 votes

Additional Fonts CKEditor

I had use the method in one of the forum to add font in ckeditor. I did this by creating an extension and used hook_civicrm_coreResourceList(). Ref: https://civicrm.org/blog/colemanw/big-changes-to-...
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2 votes

Test email does not match CiviMail WYSIWYG editor

A solution that is round the corner (available now as alpha) is Mosaico integration with CiviCRM to give you a drag and drop template builder. Alpha-5 was released recently which works with 4.7
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WYSIWYG stopped working in title tab

Solved. The problem was caused by the new theme we installed. The theme Super Mag is not compatible with Civi and will break of the wysiwyg functions. Once uninstalled it worked properly again.
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CiviMail WYSIWYG not working

Not exactly, but I've seen WYSIWYG having problems on one of our sites due to incorrect loading of [cms.root] token in Resource URL. To check what's wrong. Look for the token populated by clicking on ...
jitendra - fuzion's user avatar
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KCFinder - Is there a way to allow the user to specify the upload folder? Or change the default?

Right-click on the "images" folder in the kcfinder browser. You can choose New Subfolder.
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2 votes

CKEditor WYSIWYG - Can't use link dialogue to create links (OK button doesn't work)

Try this: JQuery update settings: Set alternate jQuery version for admin pages to: 1.5 Make sure CiviCRM theme module is installed In Appearance -> set CiviCRM Administration theme to Adminimal (or ...
KarinG - Semper IT's user avatar
2 votes

Unable to upload or view files through the CKEditor

I'm not sure this is an answer to your question, since you seem to have a specific error. Nevertheless, we've had a similar problem and so it may be helpful to hear our solution: When the file browser ...
Andyg8's user avatar
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2 votes

CKEditor not visible

Is your CiviCRM in a subdomain of the main WordPress site? If so it looks like the problem I had a while back. See WYSIWYG editor not present with WordPress for the details and my work around.
Mick Kahn's user avatar
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2 votes

CKEditor in Civicrm - Is it possible to have a custom css file?

If you use the great CKEDITOR editor to configure what you can there, then save, you can then edit the file in (typically, for a D7 implementation): sites/default/files/civicrm/persist/crm-ckeditor-...
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