wysiwyg for wordpress 1.5 (6 posts)

  1. m4c3w4n
    Posted 10 years ago #

    For what it's worth we've got the wysiwyg plugin for wordpress 1.5 up and running on a blog. The cutting and pasting is done from OpenOffice.org to Epiphany but works with Firefox also. Tested a random Word document snatched from google. Cut and paste from .doc works fine.

  2. mcmike
    Posted 10 years ago #

    And where can we find it ??

  3. alivewebhosting
    Posted 10 years ago #

    Yes, if someone could please recommend a good but easy to setup WYSIWYG editor to integrate into WordPress, that would be great.

    http://www.fckeditor.net/ - this seems to be a good one

    Is it easy to integrate?

    Any others - your assistance is most appreciated.

  4. James Huff
    Volunteer Moderator
    Posted 10 years ago #

  5. m4c3w4n
    Posted 10 years ago #

    Sorry about the hit and run. I used this particular dot zipped file from mudbomb's site. He is listed on the Post_Editing section, currently third from the bottom 3-28-05. No it wasn't "easy" for me but then again I'm not the smartest guy around. :-)

    macewan - my last post shows a bit of what I did. I'm using it on Ubuntu Linux Hoary with Epiphany but it works under Mozilla and Firefox.

  6. m4c3w4n
    Posted 10 years ago #

    I should say that it is easy to download, upload to server, activate the plugin and then start using. My problem was being able to cut or copy information from OpenOffice.org and then pasting it into the post.

    If the cut/paste thing isn't something you have to mess with then everything else is just fine. Just fix the image upload per his instructions & you're good to go.

    At work I only did:
    $ locate all.js
    sudo gedit /usr/lib/mozilla-firefox/greprefs/all.js

    on lines 397 & 398 change noAccess to AllAccess:

    pref("capability.policy.default.Clipboard.cutcopy", "noAccess");
    pref("capability.policy.default.Clipboard.paste", "noAccess");

    pref("capability.policy.default.Clipboard.cutcopy", "AllAccess");
    pref("capability.policy.default.Clipboard.paste", "AllAccess");

    save the edit - close your browser & wordprocessor. open your browser & wordprocessor and give it a try. again this is for coping text from OpenOffice.org and pasting into Firefox - plus this is on a Linux box.

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