I’m eager to implement a more robust front end editor for people to use to edit and format text which is being posted.
I hoping that you may have a suggestion for what to sue for Kirby? I’m not 100% sure what’s exactly needed for the site only that I need more options then currently available in the starter kit.
I don’t know of anyone on the frontend but here is a list with a few on the backend:
Ah right well maybe my wording is wrong
This is what I was looking for. Back end to me means like coding and databases. While front end is anything the user sees including admins who are also users
Thanks for this, I was trying to work out how to install ckeditor from their website and I was a bit stumped.
Ahh. For me backend is the admin/panel and the frontend is what you see when not logged in.
I hope you find what you are looking for.
I hope this isn’t too much of a rookie/annoying question but where exactly do I copy the content to?
The read me says:
clone inside your project /site/fields/ (maybe rename directory to “ckeditor”)
The guide from the kirby site suggests I do a structure like so:
Does this mean I should create a folder called ckeditor/assets and then a css, js and image folder and put any file that fits those into them?
Then you should probably add it like this:
And the rest of the files there as well. It’s a field, not a plugin.
Right, thank you I’ll give that a go. I sort of crashed my site huehue
I love the Visual Markdown editor because it gives editors a familiar interface, while still using and storing content as Markdown. I’ve found the features it offers are enough for most of my clients.