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danielgindi wrote:I've tested again with .Net 3.5 and Firefox 3.6.3 (latest) - and everything seems to be fine...But still, the AjaxControlToolkit.dll you are working with is compiled for 4.0, and it is most likely that the combination of Firefox with some difference in Ajax's rendering is what's making all the noise...Right now I can't reproduce the problem on my machine so this is quite a problem...
serializer wrote:Sync's ckfilemanager also looks very interesting, I was after something like this. I'm also using an MS SQL database (using Linq to perform all of my querying). I'll have a look at the code and see if I can make it use a provider interface (so you could attach any data layer you liked!)
Hi serializer,you could do all you want with the project, apologies as im not upto date with the LINQ stuff, I'm still the old fashion type where have all my queries stored in db, and just need to pass the parameters and values inIf you could produce a DAL do share, you may want to look at the db structure, the original thread started here http://forums.asp.net/t/1345832.aspxthankssync
Would it be possible to fix CustomConfig so that we can use the site-relative root "~/" url format? I can specify "/js/ckeditor/config_XYZ.js" but not "~/js..." (well I can specify it, but it isn't translated and won't work)?Great job making this... I was pulling my hair out trying to get this thing to work with AJAX!
sync wrote:5. if you have alot of contents inside the editor which creates a scroll bar on the side, if you click the scroll bar, it creates this error...Error: uncaught exception: [Exception... "Component returned failure code: 0xc1f30001 (NS_ERROR_NOT_INITIALIZED) [nsIDOMNSHTMLDocument.designMode]" nsresult: "0xc1f30001 (NS_ERROR_NOT_INITIALIZED)" location: "JS frame :: http://somewebsite.com/ckeditor/ckeditor.js :: C :: line 88" data: no]
That's http://dev.fckeditor.net/ticket/5782 Make sure to test the nightly after a patch is applied to verify that the 3.3.1 version has these little bugs fixed.
alfonsoml wrote:That's http://dev.fckeditor.net/ticket/5782 Make sure to test the nightly after a patch is applied to verify that the 3.3.1 version has these little bugs fixed.
yeah just tested Revision number: 3.3.1 5562still having all the errros, I'll wait until a newer build is released
alfonsoml wrote:I said that you should test it after a patch is applied to the code. Currently it has a proposed patch, but we must test that it works as expected.
When i use this control and try to upload image i got this error please help me...HTTP Error 405.0 - Method Not AllowedThe page you are looking for cannot be displayed because an invalid method (HTTP verb) is being used.
About .Net 2.0 Update Panels - I admit I did not test at all.The reason is I'm not a big fan of .Net's ajax, so everything ajax related I did based on feedback and example projects sent to by forum members.Regarding image upload - I do not know which control you are using to upload images, but make sure you have permissions set up correctly for uploading, and check that if an HTTP Handler is required - it is configured correctly.
Thaks for your reply..I am using CKEditor v3.3 control in my asp.net website which is available to download on 1st page of this discussion topic. (CKEditor.3.3.Net) I am using ckeditor's image option and click on upload button and then click on browse button and after selecting my image i click on send it to server button. But when i click on send it to server button i am getting this error.. This error come even when i don't use asp.net ajax.The page you are looking for cannot be displayed because an invalid method (HTTP verb) is being used.if i am missing any settings in configuration or any permission please show me.
Yes it will but unfortunately although I did develop both file browser and file uploader module that integrates with CKE, it is proprietary code of a company that I work with and developed it for.And I do not intend to write another one...Please look at CKE's documentation to understand how to set the configuration to use your connector.About creating a connector - you can find many examples on the web. One of them is made by one of the forum members on this very page...A friend of ours, sync, has his own project going on, right here: http://ckfilemanager.codeplex.com/This is a file manager that uploads to a database, great stuff!
vani wrote:Problem with Google Chrome 5:when user inserts a picture and does a postback(save the article) the usercontrol containing the ckeditor disappears.It doesn't matter if the user types the path to an image manually or browses through file browser, andit only happens in chrome 5(latest versions of ie, opera and firefox are doing fine).
danielgindi wrote:vani wrote:Problem with Google Chrome 5:when user inserts a picture and does a postback(save the article) the usercontrol containing the ckeditor disappears.It doesn't matter if the user types the path to an image manually or browses through file browser, andit only happens in chrome 5(latest versions of ie, opera and firefox are doing fine).I can't understand your problem.I'm working ONLY with chrome, dev channel, and using cke on all sorts of forms, and my cke never disappears because of an image... please post a sample project (without removing any cke files or dlls)
I have used the normal version of CKEditor 3.3 with success. Trying to use this Asp.Net server control for the first time. I think I am missing a first step because my textarea appears as a textarea, not a CKEditor. Below is code from my ASPX page (I have the FredCK.CKEditor.dll in my /bin folder):Thanks,Randy
<%@ Register Assembly="FredCK.CKEditor" Namespace="FredCK.CKEditor" TagPrefix="FredCK" %>
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
<form id="form1" runat="server">
<h2>This page is for testing the CKEditor 3.3 ASP.NET DLL</h2>
Enter some text here:
<FredCK:CKEditor ID="ckInfo" runat="server" Width="350" Height="140" />
Thanks for the quick response. (I only included the ckeditor.js in the file after first not seeing the editor on the page).Anyways, I just realized that I didn't have my "ckeditor" virtual directory setup for this site. That explains why it wasn't showing Thanks.
vani wrote:Can anyone confirm whether the 'OK' button on Image properties(when inserting picture) causes the page to reload in Chrome 5?To me it only happens in Chrome, all other browsers just insert the image in the article.And it's not a postback that occurs but a full page reload...
Now I'm almost 100% positive that it does cause a page_load on image insert in chrome 5.First I've tried to move the editor and it's code from a usercontrol to an aspx page and it still did a page_load.Then I created a fresh 3.5 project and created a page with just a textarea and a script to load the ckeditor, and believe it or not on image insert it did a page_load...Here is the link to the sample project: https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0B3Zuqq9kTSqzZTI3NmRhNDAtYmYxZi00NDQ5LWI5MGQtNjBiNzg0MWZmYmFi&hl=en ...any thoughts appreciated.
hi, guys if any one is really interested in ckeditor with asp.net and thus updating then 1. download my whole project from http://npcs2k7.110mb.com/CK_editor_.zip2. or else view this webpage => http://www.codeproject.com/KB/edit/CK_EDITOR.aspx
I will check it Thanks man