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I have downloaded ckeditor plus image upload. At this point I am attempting to just get the ckeditor installed and functioning and have not yet tried to setup the image upload. I have followed the instructions. I went to the website listed and downloaded the latest version of the full ckeditor (4.4.3 full). I have uploaded the ckeditor file into my stores admin/ext folder. However, when setting up the store it recommended changing the name of the admin folder - which I did do. Will that mess anything up? I have followed the instructions for adding the code into template_top and changing the code in html_output. I do have the ability (at least visually) to turn the editor on or off in the configuration>My store area However; I do not see any difference when clicking to "add product". I have tried refreshing the page. I have tried turning the editor off and then back on again. I have tried removing the files from the server and re-uploading them. I am at a loss. What is the trick to getting the editor to work on osCommerce 2.3.4? Do I have to use an older version of osCommerce? Is there another module offering something very similar to ckeditor that does work on 2.3.4 ? This looks like it should be a very simple, straight forward install -yet for the life of me I see no difference in the text fields on product creation whether I have it turned on or off :blush:
I'm trying to learn how to create a form in my Admin/Catalog using ckeditor. I can see where I need to click to add Radio buttons to my form ... but I am not sure how to format each of the fields within the radio button to make sure it functions properly. I would like to do the following: List more than one option in each section of form. Have a Radio button and picture of item on one line with a few words centered under each photo. Have 3 items per row and several rows. Have various items to choose from within a section, but only one that can be selected at a time. I would like to set it up so that none of the selections can be left blank. Sample: ( ' * ' represents radio button ) 1) What would you like to purchase: * Image * Image * Image Item 1 Item 2 Item 3 2) Please select image to be stamped on your item: * Image * Image * Image name of design 1 name of design 2 name of design 3 (and so forth) I've looked on ckeditor.com to see if I can find a 'cheat sheet' of some sort that will help me, but I have not had any luck thus far. I have also looked on youtube for video help ... but to no avail. I'm thinking that each item in each section will need to be coded with the same code so that only one can be selected from each section ... but I have no clue what that would be. Would this be the correct way to create a form in osCommerce? Or would it be better for me to create the form offline with a different program and cut and past the html code into ckeditor within Admin/Catalog? If so, is there a free program that I can use to do that? Can anyone give me guidance as to where I can find this information, or possibly what I need to enter (and in which field) so that I am doing it correctly? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you, Jewell