If you already updated to version 9.x of Open Texts Web Solutions Management Server then here you can use this useful article of Joshua which descibres the Telerik tuning.
The given editor in his early version was not very handy, it produced invalid HTML, was hardly configurable and the output was seen from a HTML view just outdated. That is why Open Text released the version 9 with the new .net based text editor by Telerik called “RadEditor”. So if you wanted to have clean HTML code coming out of text elements you only could use tidy to clean up your project or embed the FCKEditor. Both handy tools delivered with the RedDot CMS versions to 7.5.x.
Chad choose the TinyMCE rich text editor because he wanted to replace the FCKEditor which seemed to cause serious headaches as he mentioned before. As he is running on RedDot CMS 7.5 at the moment there is no way to use the Telerik editor so far. I wonder which one might be better?
Basically it seems to be AJAX and no use or RQL or something too fancy, that”s what he says.
I wonder if he would like to write a guest post here to tell us how he did it.
Chad, you are more than welcome if you would be able to do that!
Update 2009-04-20: Chad actually just did it!
Which editors do you use at the moment?
What do you like/dislike with that one?
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