CKEditor in Custom Control

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5/3/2021 3:33:45 PM
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CKEditor in Custom Control

I have developed a few Custom Controls (.ascx) for our mojo website and they are all working well.

However, I have been struggling with how to add an Html Editor to one on my controls.

Is there an existing example in this forum about implementing an editor in custom control?

Please point me to that example.

LJ

 

5/17/2021 3:40:05 PM
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Re: CKEditor in Custom Control

Hello,

The best way to see how to setup an editor is to look at existing code.

Many features use ckeditor. The HTML module uses it and you can see the code here (line 14) and here (lines 86, 182, 279, 624).

Thanks,
Joe