posted this on May 19, 2011 07:34 PM
You've downloaded the zip file to your desktop, but there is no .exe file that starts the install so what do you do next?
TinyMCE is relatively straight forward to install and setup on your server. The following article covers the basic steps needed to get you up and running with TinyMCE on your system.
Installation is a simple as unzipping the package onto your webserver. Make a note of the URL to the location as you'll need that later.
To include TinyMCE on your page, it's a simple as
If you don't have a page already on your system to include TinyMCE, or simply want to experiment with it first, you can create a simple test page following these steps.
<textarea id="content" name="content" style="width: 400px; height: 200px;"></textarea>
Note: by default TinyMCE will replace every textarea on the page.
Note: put the path on your server to the tinymce you installed instead of the text "path_on_server"
mode : "textareas",
theme : "simple"
Note: ensure you don't put a trailing comma on the last configuration item (in this case theme : "simple") when you start adding configuration elements.
Once you've got TinyMCE appearing on your page (or test page), it's time to start configuring it. You do this by customising the configuration used in the init() method on your page.
The most common change is to set the theme to "advanced". This allows you to specify all of the toolbar items you want your end users to have access to.
In addition, you will want to include some plugins to provide features like autoresize, advanced lists, images and hyperlink functionality, emoticons and much more.
For more information on the configuration settings and plugin options, refer to the documentation.
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