Tagged: ck editor

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Your own cakephp file-browser for ckeditor: part 4 – flickr photos and slideshow

As we have seen in the previous post (Your own cakephp file-browser for ckeditor: part 3 – youtube videos), it’s not hard to implement a search/browser of external data sources, with the ability to embed the desired formatted media in ckeditor. Here’s a similar approach, interacting with Flickr’s API, with a catch. The ingredients are almost the same of a...

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Your own cakephp file-browser for ckeditor: part 3 – youtube videos

Here we are. The basics are still the same of the first part – making you own file explorer popup and using CKEditor.insertHtml to inject the desired generated code into ckeditor. Of course, the same may be applied to webservices; including data form external sources is not harder than inserting your uploaded files. At the times, I found this class...

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Your own cakephp file-browser for ckeditor: part 2 – images

In the previous post we have seen the magic of the CKEDITR.insertHtml method, and how we can use it to avoid the whole file manager thing. The first popup was used to insert files with links to download. Embedding images (thumbnails with link to full version) is easy too. The controller action is even simpler: The admin_index function is still...

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Integrare un semplice “filebrowser” per ckeditor realizzato con cakephp (versione italiana)

Tra i vari editor html liberi il mio preferito è il popolarissimo ck editor.  Come spesso accade, il componente per la gestione dei file e delle immagini non è gratuito. E’ decisamente completo e ben fatto – ed esistono pure varie alternative di terze parti, di ottimo livello. Non sempre serve un file manager completo.  A volte è meglio implementare...

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Your own basic cakephp “file manager” for CK editor

Who hasn’t faced this issue at least once? There are a lot of great online html editors out there (I really like CKEditor), each one with his solution for file and image upload and management. Often, it’s not free. Sometime you don’t need a full-blown file manager. Sometime it’s simply better to give the user a limited set of choices,...