[Plugin: CKEditor For WordPress] Request: Separate config files
Whenever I install a new version of CKEditor the config files (e.g. contents.css, ckeditor.config.js, ckeditor.styles.js) are overwritten.
Would it be possible to outsource these files, so that I could save them as, say, “contents.override.css” and then CKEditor would check if “contents.override.css” exists, and if it exists it would use it instead of “contents.css”
I know that there is the built-in function of “CSS path” and “Predefined styles path” but that is not viable on a multi-sites installation, nor does it exist for “ckeditor.config.js”
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