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TinyMCE



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justicewhite
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TinyMCE  Reply with quote  

Has anyone integrated TinyMCE to their site before?

Do you know how to solve the new line issue properly: i.e. for all browsers?


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Re: TinyMCE  Reply with quote  

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Originally posted by justicewhite
Has anyone integrated TinyMCE to their site before?

Do you know how to solve the new line issue properly: i.e. for all browsers?


Are you trying to get it to create a new line? If so try Try using shift+enter .


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echo the output in your browser do a view src then use pre_replace to rem whatever in your editor add a <br>effect also if your <div> are not surrounded by a "master" container most browser will translate a </div> by a new line.


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