Many a times, IE7 stands out from the group of modern web-browsers owing to its notorious incompatibility with many a standard HTML/CSS/JS. In this article, we are seeing the following case of incompatibility: CSS border for Select (Drop down) element does not work.
Many a times, IE7 stands out from the group of modern web-browsers owing to its notorious incompatibility with many a standard HTML/CSS/JS. In this article, we are seeing the following case of incompatibility: In IE7, the CSS 'border-collapse' does not override cell spacing related tags.
Many Drupal users have asked the question whether CKEditor was free to use in Drupal and whether there was any licensing issues in using it before installing it in their Drupal sites. If you have any such questions regarding the installation of CKEditor in Drupal then read on.
A few Drupal users noticed that their CKEditor was not working in IE8. They had also noticed that the Debug Bar they had used was showing the error "Line 11 - Error Insufficient memory to continue this operation." The IE8 debugger tool also showed the following errors 'Drupal' is undefined on line 21, 25 and 28 in ckeditor.config.js & "insufficient memory' on line 11 in ckeditor.js". If you are facing the same issue in your Drupal site when using IE8 then read on.
Drupal users who migrated from the FCKEditor to CKEditor realized that there was no easy way to Upload images in CKEditor. The reason was that unlike FCKEditor there is no upload tab available in the CKEditor browser unless CKFinder is used which requires a commercial license. If you are looking for way to overcome this limitation then continue reading.
You might encounter a situation in a Drupal site where you wish to enable CKEditor in a custom field but realized that CKEditor was not loading in custom fields. The only field CKEditor might have been loading would have been the body field. If you are looking for a way to add the CKEditor to the field of your choice in your Drupal site then continue reading.
A Drupal user encountered an error when using CKEditor in their Drupal site. Images were being uploaded but the path was incorrect as CKEditor was inserting a double slash to the image path after upload causing broken images in the Drupal site. Removing the double slash manually solved the problem. If your Drupal site is experiencing the same problem and you need a better solution then continue reading.
A few Drupal users encountered a situation where when they installed the Drupal CKEditor module, they lost the functionality for the setup options for each module. Installing the CKEditor seemed to disable basic UI functionality in the options page of all the other modules. If you are looking for a fix for such a situation in your Drupal site then continue reading.
Some Drupal users have encountered an situation in their CKEditor in their Drupal website when all of a sudden CKEditor started changing the image embed code on save. The preview of the image seemed to be fine but the unwanted quotes were added when the content with the image was saved. If you are encountering the same situation in the CKEditor of your Drupal site then checkout the solution below.
A few Drupal users have encountered an error in their CKEditor in their Drupal website with the editor UI buttons failing to appear. The Firefox error log displayed the following error message "m.lang.contextmenu is undefined.". If you are facing the same issue in your Drupal website, then continue reading to find out more.
A few Drupal users have encountered an issue where the Drupal CKEditor Toolbar went missing in the preview after adding content to the node as though they had clicked on the switch to the plain text editor option. They were left with a plain text view of the content. If the text was removed from the body field the Toolbar seemed to appear again in the preview. If you are facing this issue in the CKEditor in your Drupal site then read onto fix the problem.
Many Drupal users have reported an issue with the CKeditor they had installed on their Drupal sites. The CKeditor seemed to insert unwanted tags in their content. If you are facing the same issue in the CKeditor you had installed on your Drupal site then continue reading to fix the problem.
Some Drupal users have reported that CKEditor in their Drupal 7 website failed to come up in the permissions page preventing the from assigning the correct permissions to the CKEditor. If you are facing the same issue then read onto find out the fix.
Adding watermarks to uploaded images is a much sought after feature in the Drupal community by many Drupal users. There is an easy way to add a watermark to an image uploaded in a Drupal website using CKEditor. Read on to find out the method to do that.
Many Drupal users have repeatedly reported that they get a Page not found error when they click on the CKFinder Browse Server button on their Drupal sites. If you also facing the same issue in the CKEditor in your Drupal site then continue reading to get it fixed.
Some Drupal users have found that after they configured the Drupal CKEditor module to use Drupal IMCE as the file browser, the upload button was missing. The same problem has also occurred with the Drupal FCKEditor module and has been reported by some Drupal users. If you have discovered that the File Upload Button is missing in your Drupal website the continue reading to get the solution.
Solution for CKEditor not working in a Drupal 6 site.
One day, all of a sudden we found out that the CKEditor was not working on our Drupal 6 site. It had literally disappeared from our website taking the whole text area on the edit page with it. This meant that we could not create any articles as long as the CKEditor was not working. On seeing this, the first thoughts that flashed through our head was to either update the module or apply a patch believing that the CKEditor module had crashed. However our fears were unfounded and the solution turned out to be more simple than we expected.