CKEditor 4.1 introduced an innovative set of features that we dubbed Advanced Content Filter (ACF in short). These features change the way that the editor deals with input data, so upgrading to version 4.1 requires some understanding of what has changed.
We are happy to announce the final release of CKEditor 4.1 with its groundbreaking new feature, Advanced Content Filter. After a successful stabilization phase following the release of CKEditor 4.1 RC we are really excited to publish this latest major release with a plethora of new features and a few fixes.
We would like to announce the release of CKEditor 4.0.3. This is a minor bug-fixing release that precedes a major release, CKEditor 4.1, with its cutting-edge new features like Advanced Content Filter. Please note this is the last CKEditor release without content filtering turned on by default.
The following is a short overview of some bug fixes included in the latest release:
CKEditor 4.1 is just around the corner, so it is a final call for all plugin developers to update their code in order to comply with content filtering that the new editor version introduces. CKEditor 4.1 Release Candidate was released on March 6, 2013, and the final release is coming very soon.
We are happy to announce the release of CKEditor 4.0.2. This latest update brings a variety of important fixes and changes to CKEditor, including a few browser-specific updates and a couple of skin fixes. You are also welcome to try out CKEditor 4.1 RC. It introduces many new features not included in version 4.0.2.
Here is a short overview of some bug fixes included in this latest release: