Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Using CKEditor with Javascript

CKEditor is an online rich text editor that can be embedded inside web pages. It is a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor which means that the text edited in it looks as similar as possible to the results end users will see after the document gets published. It brings to the Web popular editing features found in desktop word processors such as Microsoft Word and Writer. – Source: CKEditor Documentation
Before knowing about the CKEditor (previously FCKEditor), I was wondering if there is a tool in web that makes the document customizable. That means I was searching for web tool with which I can make sentences Bold, Italic or Numbered and Bulleted, or I can change Font size, font family, text color, or insert links, photos and many more without using HTML tags. Finally I came up with CKEditor which solves my problem. CKEditor is very easy to use and have very beautiful and user friendly interface like MS office and Open office.  In this tutorial I am going through all steps required to install and configure the CKEditor and show you a working example with Javascript.