Examplecode for replacing the editor with FCKEditor

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Hi Where can I find example code for replacing the editor with FCKEditor or any other. Best regards Andreas Selling
#15719
Mar 25, 2008 19:07
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Hi Andreas, What you want to achieve is not an easy task, and we don't have yet any documentation on how to do it. Regards
#16219
Mar 25, 2008 19:08
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I'm a pretty good coder and have done this before but with other publishing tools. Could you give me a hint on wich files I need to change? Is it possible without any documentation when most of the adminarea is compiled code?
#16220
Mar 25, 2008 19:08
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Hi, In CMS, you can provide your own "viewer" for a certain property. So instead of using EPiServer.Web.PropertyControls.PlropertyLongStringControl, you can implement your own control, but then you will have to implement by yourself the Link functionality in your new editor. Regards
#16221
Mar 25, 2008 19:08
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Hi, We will release some sample code where we will use FCKEditor in the same timeframe as the final release of EPiServer CMS (v5). In that sample we have replaced some of the dialogs in FCKEditor with EPiServer specific dialogs instead e.g. the file browser, image tool and attach document. It is done by using the new model of Property Controls and Control Adapters which will replace the old Custom Property Type which was part of EPiServer 4.61. Kind regards, Mats Hellström
#16222
Mar 25, 2008 19:08
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Hi We now have such a sample avaliable on our knowledge center. The address to that sample is: http://www.episerver.com/en/EPiServer_Knowledge_Center/Download2/Code-Samples/2646/Editor-for-non-IE-browsers/
#16223
Mar 25, 2008 19:08
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Does any one know that the EPiServer's Editor does not support Font Sizes like 9, 11,13..... Is there any solution for the same. Shruti
#16224
Mar 25, 2008 19:08
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A client recently asked us to help them construct a new custom property in their existing EPiServer 4-based site.  I've successfully constructed a basic custom property, inheriting from the LongString property, but can't figure out how to save the value in the editing interface based to the repository.  The editing interface consists of a custom composite .NET web control that outputs XML.  I'd like to persist the value from this control as the value for the property.

All of the examples I've seen are for either v5 or v6, but not for v4.  It's not clear what needs to be overriden for a v4 property.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

#45031
Oct 26, 2010 20:47
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A client recently asked us to help them construct a new custom property in their existing EPiServer 4-based site.  I've successfully constructed a basic custom property, inheriting from the LongString property, but can't figure out how to save the value in the editing interface based to the repository.  The editing interface consists of a custom composite .NET web control that outputs XML.  I'd like to persist the value from this control as the value for the property.

All of the examples I've seen are for either v5 or v6, but not for v4.  It's not clear what needs to be overriden for a v4 property.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

#45032
Oct 26, 2010 20:47
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