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This addon adds support for the TinyMCE editor within the admin section. what does this addon do? it will add the editor to the following textarea's category description, manufacturers description, product description works with multi languages stores. requirements Phoenix How to install Upload the files yes it is easy as that. no files need to be edited it uses the hook system, to add the code needed. How to change what appears on the toolbars, and plugins used Just go to the tinymce.php hook file located at catalog\includes\hooks\admin\siteWide\ you will see a block of code for plugins (line 61) and for toolbar 1 & 2 (line 67 & 68) the settings provided are what i use myself. Got an TinyMCE API key? just change the script source (line 53) How to add extra textarea's example add TinyMCE to the order comments box add orders.php to (line 44) like so var $good_pages = ['categories.php', 'manufacturers.php', 'orders.php']; then add the name of the textarea (comments) to the selector (line 52) selector: 'textarea[name^="products_description"], textarea[name^="categories_description"], textarea[name^="manufacturers_description"], textarea[name^="comments"]', // what textarea's do we want to load TinyMCE on
This is the help thread for Advanced TinyMCE. Though it is not a true addon in the sense of what an addon is, I see a lot of users that wish to integrate a WYSIWYG editor into various places of their shop. I have went over a lot of places you can use this, and created the various functions and TinyMCE toolbars for use in each area. If you can think of another area to use it in, let the ideas flow. Please note that this implementation makes use of a CDN to serve the TinyMCE script to your website. If you feel the need to host the TinyMCE files yourself, upload them to your catalog/ext/ directory and change the path to the script within template_top(s). Addon found here: http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/9124