Access to EPiServer TinyMCE web control?

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Have encountered problems using the EPiServer TinyMCE web control on an ASPX page. There´s no problem when user has admin or edit access. But when with a regular user the control can´t be loaded. So when displaying the page the user will be promted a couple of times for username and password and then a message dialog with the text "Load jQuery first!" will be shown. The page will load but with some JavaScript errors. Fyi: The site is using windows authentication.

Anyone who encountered the same "access problem" exposing the TinyMCE control outside the edit/admin mode?

#61691
Sep 27, 2012 22:10
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Hello Martin,

Have you tried this: "Enabling the tinyMCE XHTML editor for non-authenticated users" in  http://world.episerver.com/Documentation/Items/Tech-Notes/EPiServer-CMS-6/EPiServer-CMS-6-R2/TinyMCE-Developers-Guide3/

#61698
Sep 28, 2012 8:27
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No I missed that section in documentation =). Thanx!

#61820
Oct 02, 2012 20:38
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Hi Martin


I would like to use TinyMCE editor (PropertyXHTMLString) webcontrol as a normal server control on aspx instead of property. Can you tell me how you have done that?

#64476
Dec 21, 2012 9:16
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Hi,

In short, you only need to do this in your ASPX page:

  1. Register the TinyMCE namespace.
  2. Add the web control on the page.

Example:

<%@ Register TagPrefix="tinyMCE" Namespace="EPiServer.Editor.TinyMCE" Assembly="EPiServer" %>

<tinyMCE:Editor Width="460" Height="200" theme="advanced" runat="server" />

    

#64504
Dec 23, 2012 18:19
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Hi Martin

Thanks, it's works but it's not showing toolbar. See below snap. Any idea?

#64507
Dec 24, 2012 7:39
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Hi Martin

I found below article and I am following it. I hope it will work.

http://world.episerver.com/Documentation/Items/Tech-Notes/EPiServer-CMS-6/EPiServer-CMS-6-R2/TinyMCE-Developers-Guide/

#64508
Dec 24, 2012 7:42
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Hello,

You can add a custom toolbar like this:

string[] toolbarRow1 = new string[] { "bold", "italic", "underline" };

txtEditor.ToolbarRows.Add(new ToolbarRow(toolbarRow1));

    

#64514
Edited, Dec 25, 2012 12:24
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