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    How do I debug a CKEditor installation on Drupal 7?

    I installed the the CKEditor module in Drupal 7. I've also installed the CKEditor JavaScript library from the website CKEditor. However, no matter what I do, the editor don't show up as it is supposed to.

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    Use the wysiwyg module and then add ckeditor as a library. It will give you the most flexibility.

    You install wysiwyg, then you upload ckeditor into your libraries folder /sites/all/libraries. Then you go to Configuration > Content Authoring > Wysiwyg Profiles and set up your Ckeditor options.
    - https://drupal.org/project/wysiwyg

    Note: I've read some discussions about Ckeditor changing the format of their internal versioning that causes trouble. I use TinyMCE. I like it better so I don't know much about the trouble people have had with Ckeditor but thaat may be why you can't see it.
    Andrew Wasson | www.lunadesign.org
    Principal / Internet Development


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