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  • Resolved sleek11


    Wondering why you are creating plugin(s) for wordpress which integrate with CKEditor as the CKEditor Plugin I found in the wordpress repository ( hasn’t been updated in over a year ! CKEditor looks really useful, but I can’t figure out how to use it in my wordpress installation if there isn’t a quality plugin for it which is maintained. HOW ARE YOU using CKEditor in your wordpress installation(s) ??? Any explanation and help is appreciated. (BTW, no mention at all on their website about wordpress integration ! Mentions Joomla and Drupal, but no wordpress)

    Also, wanted to know if you are available for hire for some assistance with development of a site I am building for my business.

    Thankyou for reply

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  • Hi Sleek,

    CKeditor is awesome. A full WordPress integration isn’t easy (we got part way through our FCK to CKeditor upgrade and ran out of hours). A small integration for Gravity Forms sounds like just the thing.

    I’d recommend as your WordPress editor one of the Markdown variant plugins and just forget about WYSIWYG editors completely.

    Plugin Author ovann86


    Hey Sleek,

    I’ll second that – CKEditor is the best wysiwyg, but completely replacing the WordPress editor (TinyMCE) would be difficult, perhaps impossible, and would prove difficult to maintain and support. (It would be great if someone manages to make it happen though, I’m not a fan of TinyMCE and would happily replace it with CKEditor)

    This plugin extends Gravity Forms, which is a much easier task (although, still quite complicated).

    I don’t have time for any new jobs in the foreseeable future, but if you have suggestions for one of my plugins that others will benefit from I might be able to work it in.

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