Browsing articles tagged with "wysiwyg - Admins Goodies"
Mar 19, 2012
tom

Missing WYSIWYG controls in Trac

I’m not sure whether this was the case right after the Trac installation or as the result of some misconfiguration. Below is a screecapture of a wikipage in the edit mode, where the standard WYSIWYG controls (expected to be present just above the text input in the left corner) are missing. In an attempt to solve the issue, TracWysiwygPlugin was installed, but this has not changed the situation. What could be the reason for missing […]

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Aug 21, 2011
tom

WYSIWYG Trac editor with reStructuredText

We’re using trac, and using it’s inbuilt reStructured Text throughout our wiki, since we process our trac wiki pages with another programme and convert them to another format. RST is a more widely available format. We’d like to have a WYSIWYG editor for editing trac wiki pages. There is TracWysisygPlugin, but that only works with trac’s wiki syntax. Is there a wysiwyg trac editor plugin that outputs rst? I am not aware of one. You […]

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Aug 17, 2011
tom

MODx not display correct image path

In the MODx WYSIWYG whenever I click the Image icon to insert an image, followed by browse image it generates the wrong path: /data/12/1/111/99/1111262/user/1169144/htdocs/images/image.jpg instead of assets/images/image.jpg I have checked my Resource URL and Resource Path and they both look correct. Has anyone ever experienced MODx rewriting your paths to the server vs what it should be? Many people look to Tools > Configuration > Interface & Features for the Resource Path and Resource URL, […]

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Aug 11, 2011
tom

Is there an extremely simple CMS with In-Place Editing?

I’m looking for a very limited, very simple CMS that allows non-techies to maintain a simple website consisting of maybe 4-6 editable pages. It should use a WYSIWYG editor only support static pages have an editable menu bar behave like a wiki – edit button or tab on a page no administration back-end be based on PHP, MySQL/MariaDB I’ve already considered Mediawiki with a theme, but I believe its markup system is hard-coded, making a […]

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