Opened 7 years ago

Closed 7 years ago

#9142 closed Bug (invalid)

CKeditor not showing/working in Firefox 13.0

Reported by: maxt Owned by:
Priority: Normal Milestone:
Component: General Version:
Keywords: Cc:

Description

Hi I am new to ckeditor. I just tried to integrate CKeditor with a php program .I have 2 links in my webpage viz.- "About Us" or "Contact Us" link which on clicking will allow to edit the text in the respective textarea.I am using MySQL as db & Firefox 13 as well as Internet Explorer 8 as browsers. But neither of the browsers are showing the CKeditor except the textarea when I click on "About Us" or "Contact Us" link!! Here is the PHP MySQL script-

<?php
session_start();
include "lib/conn.php";
include "lib/chk.php";
if($_POST["edit_page"])
        {
                $sql="update `page` set `detail`='$_POST[add]' where `page_name`='$_POST[edit_page]'";
                mysql_query($sql);
                $_GET['page']=$_POST['edit_page'];
        }
include "lib/style1.php";
include "lib/menu.php";
include "lib/leftmenu.php";
?>
 <script type="text/javascript" src="ckeditor_source.js"></script> 
 
            <?php
                        $sq="select * from `page` where `page_name`='$_GET[page]'";
                        $res=mysql_query($sq);
                        while($rw=mysql_fetch_array($res))
                        {
                ?>
                         <FORM METHOD=POST ACTION="edit.php" name="f1">
                        
                <INPUT TYPE="hidden" NAME="edit_page" value="<?php echo $_GET[page];?>">
                <TEXTAREA NAME="add" ROWS="5" COLS="20">
                <?php echo $rw[detail];?>
                </TEXTAREA>
                <BR>
                 <INPUT TYPE="submit" name="ed" value="edit">
     <?php
                }
        ?>
        
        </FORM>
<?php
include_once"ckeditor/ckeditor.php";
$CKEditor=new CKEditor();
$CKEditor->basePath='ckeditor/';
$CKEditor->replace("add");
?>

I have page saved in this path "htdocs/www/one" where 'one' is the folder name containing the CKeditor. Also,I have unzipped the latest CKeditor. Please tell me what extra script I have to add to the above code? I am a complete novice in this field. I will be greatly obliged if anyone can kindly throw some light on these!! :-)

Change History (1)

comment:1 Changed 7 years ago by Jakub Ś

Resolution: invalid
Status: newclosed

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  1. Please check also samples located in /ckeditor/_samples/php folder.
  2. Paths to files might be invalid - have you tried checking Firebug console tab for 404 errors?
  3. Have you tried looking server-side logs for errors?
  4. $CKEditor->basePath this is the relative path to ckeditor folder. It should be calculated from the location of this code to the editor folder.
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