more often than not those steps result in a really messy code not even consisting of a heading style but some inline css defining font size and stuff.. you get the point, a lot of html editing is the end result :)
I haven't really "worked" with ckeditor as I have absolutely no idea how I would go about changing the editor in concrete, but what I have seen is that the thing writes some pretty neat code and it's also fairly hard to get it confused on what code to write..
only piece of real wisdom I have for anyone looking to integrate another editor - don't go deep with it. Notice how we have an extra toolbar above tinyMCE with the concrete5 specific link & image placement stuff? That's because we learned our lesson with fckEditor last time. If you try to integrate the links, images, and other bits inside the editor's UI where it already has some functionality, you'll fork the thing and never be able to keep up with important updates from the editor's project.
I just finished updating and adding to a site that has FCKeditor already installed on the backend.
IMO the crap the FCKeditor produced as code makes me forewarn EVERYONE against using it.
It is table-based and adds a ton of horrible depreciated tags, bad nesting, and wont clean up after itself if you remove a paragraph or something.
It is pure junk and needs to be retired :)
Oh sorry that was more like my 5 cents worth sorry :)
First, FCKEditor and CKEditor are 2 different things.
Reading some "CKEditor vs TinyMCE" articles, it seems a lot has changed after 4 years.
CKEditor has improved a lot, and seems to have some really handy features:
- Nice (better?) plugins
- Better documentation
- Better copy/paste support
I can't find it...
I tried searching before posting (CKEditor, CK Editor, Editor, wysiwyg....)
Could you point me in the right direction?
The developer was @noviomagus.
You could PM and see if he can send a copy.
I'll see if he can hook me up...