I’m unable to get CKEditor to load a custom config file. I’ve seen another post about this but don’t think it applies. I edited CKEditorPlugin.php to print on screen the config path and the result of file_exists(), passing it $ckConfigPath (after that’s been set). It looked okay but nothing in my ckconfig.js is having any effect.
I also tried changing “Width in px of CKeditor Area” in Config|Settings to 300 but the editor width did not change (in case there’s a minimum I also tried 500).
I’ve tried logging out, restarting my browser, waiting for the PHP session to terminate, using a different browser but no luck so far.
It’s probably something simple but I can’t see it so far. Any ideas?
Thanks Duncan, I did display the config path value and thought it looked okay but when I used the developer tools, thanks for the suggestion, I saw that it was failing to load ckconfig.js. I hadn’t realised that the web site’s root URL would be added at the front of the path. I’m on a 1&1 server and the actual htdocs root comes after a load of other stuff (/kunden/homepages/20/d…), this wasn’t needed when the root URL comes first.
However… although I can now see that the ckconfig.js is being read still I’m not seeing any styles being added to the Styles drop-down. I’m using the sample ckconfig.js with a couple more styles of my own added. I logged out and back in and restarted Chrome.
The superscript and subscript buttons, which the sample config removes, are also still on the toolbar.