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<textarea cols=134 rows=7 id='MyTextarea' name='MyTextarea'>$myrow[text]</textarea>";
Anyone wondering about this can look at this thread .. https://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php ... _id=379487explains how to use both the Office 2003 Skin and how to use ReplaceTextarea ....
I would like to use the testarea as a page in a4 size where when it reach the bottom of the page it has to go to next page .Please anyone help me
thanks in advance.
all you need to do is set the dimentions that you want your text editor to be
I am also don't know about CK editor in php
thats great insite bout the this edittor, is a great text editor for developers
At its simplest, this is all you need to do to get a working FCKeditor with PHP:
$FCKeditor = new FCKeditor('myfieldname');
$FCKeditor->BasePath = '/web/path/to/fckeditor/';
$FCKeditor->Value = $myvalue;
The path in the require_once (you can also use include(), include_once() or require()) is the actual path on the server to the fckeditor.php script and can be absolute or relative.
The value passed when the class is created is the name you want the field to have and is what will appear in the $_POST array when the form is submitted.
The BasePath value is the path to the fckeditor files from a web browser.
The Value variable is the initial value you want to appear in the HTML editor and will likely come from a database.
Calling Create() then outputs the necessary HTML code to add the editor to your web browser.