naim wrote:http://wysiwygbbcode.codeplex.com/ it is lightweight and is perfect for phpBB.
callumacrae wrote:nextgen wrote:The editor looks good but the question is whether security is not at risk.
How could it be a security risk? It's almost entirely client side.
leviatan21 wrote:naim wrote:http://wysiwygbbcode.codeplex.com/ it is lightweight and is perfect for phpBB.
may be it looks fine, but have a lot of faults, the main problem is that is not phpbb integrated :
1) Doesn't take into account permissions or if some of the bbcodes are not allowed
2) Doesn't take into account custom bbcodes
naim wrote:Since the source is small, i'm sure if decided to use this editor, someone will be happy to edit it.
1. If you looked through the source "sample.html", you will see that all you have to-do is put the buttons in <!-- IF... Wrappers.
2. you are right about custom BBCodes, but the script file of this editor is very small and you can easily insert custom codes.
wGEric wrote:Both of us apparently had very similar ideas:
https://github.com/wGEric/phpbb3/commit ... 7779e3c172
I want to figure out a way to have CSS in the styles folder so that style authors can customize the look of CKEditor. Then for translations CKEditor has its own language files. It would probably be ok to use those instead of the phpBB language files.
naim wrote:Well, i looked at the CKEditor, and it is much better then what i suggested and it has a bbcode plugin!
There is a problem with smilies, permissions was not a problem, i am currently working on custom commands.
Note: Before testing the attached files on your forum, please back up "prosilver" template.
The CKEditor folder has been included in the archive, if you want you can download CKEditor from http://ckeditor.com/
Attachment compressed in 7z format (http://sevenzip.sourceforge.net/)
naim wrote:The WYSIWYG editor that convinced me the most so far was CKEditor. There have been discussions about integration a while ago. From what I can tell CKEditor is pluggable.
i think CKEditor is a bit heavy for phpBB.
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