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CKEditor Weekly for June 30, 2014

We're back with another edition of CKEditor Weekly. CKEditor 4.4.2 was released last week and we have a few tips on how to deal with HTML5 and deprecated formatting. Read on for more...

CKEditor in review

  • CKEditor 4.4.2 was released last week. It includes a variety of new features and fixes. For more details check the release blog here...

  • We'd like to remind everyone that our CKEditor Testing Environment based on Bender.js is now public. You can read more on how to set up the environment and execute tests in the CKEditor Testing Environment guide.

  • Olek Nowodziński created an example of how to use HTML5 table border-spacing styles instead of cellspacing attributes in CKEditor.

  • On an unrelated note, Piotrek Koszuliński explained how you can customize CKEditor to produce tables without deprecated attributes by configuring ACFCKEditor must still produce HTML with deprecated attributes because of backward compatibility. 

Around the Net

  • Markdevilliers updated the Nuget packages to the latest CKEditor Basic, Standard and Full versions.

  • P'unk Avenue released an update to their module that replaces Apostrophe’s content area with CKEditor. Apostrophe is an Open Source content management system built with Symfony.

​That's it for this week. If you would like to be featured in one of our CKEditor Weeklies, or have an interesting tidbit that relates to CKEditor, leave a comment below or contact us!

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