The JCK Editor offers an elegant editing experience which is more familiar due to its office like interface yet configurable enough to be used for enterprise developments. It seeks to strike a balance between being feature rich, beautiful and easy-to-use.
Unique to any other editor’s it comes packaged with a collection of beautifully designed typography and content snippets ready for you to use right out-of-the-box!
Most remarkably the JCK Editor is a free content editor for Joomla! It is free for you to use and install on any of your sites under the GPL licence! So why not take a few minutes to see this in action for yourself by checking out one of our demo's.
oFCKeditor.BasePath = "/mambots/editors/fckeditor/" ;
oFCKeditor.BasePath = "/main/mambots/editors/fckeditor/" ;
Since I added to my own problems by not following the Joomla install norm, I won't hold it against the programmer who gave us these neato tools. Thanks a bunch!
The templates are a great idea and make it easy to insert complex page layouts with images and tables into a page.
The only weakness we found is inserting HTML links, which have to be manually pasted in, it's a shame documents are not automatically available for selection directly in the editor like JCE.
The developers have done a great job integrating the popular FCKEditor with Joomla. Many Thanks!
It DOES NOT install like a normal plug in, but you have to upload it then configure the php files, etc.
installed it and now my site is working with FCK and uninstalled JCE.
Great piece of software :)
- File upload goes into : your_root_joomla/files/
- Pictures upload into the standard : your_root_joomla/images/stories
I try every tips of the web about the "$Config['UserFilesPath']" and "$Config['UserFilesAbsolutePath']" variable into the "config.php" file (browser and/or upload), and nothing works.
If anyone have a solution to put every uploaded files into the same directory, I'm very interesting in.
and I'm not the only one.
I use fckeditor alot for my custom written cms's ... so it's great to see it within joomla now...
The joomlafckconfig.js file can be customised too. So you can select which toolbar icons you want to show/hide. Rather than using the custom ones that JoomlaFCK provides...
And one thing, i don't know it mess up my with my template in FF, but it's OK on IE. Problem with template ? uh, I don't know, I don't have any experience in programing...
one problem though, it seems like whenever i save my stories/articles with this editor, it removes all my indents at the beginning of each paragraph! very annoying, so i can't use it for now. hopefully this will be fixed in a future version... i couldn't find where to post this bug on their site, so im posting it here... hope they see/fix it!