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The Wysiwyg module provides client-side editors with an easy to follow interface for writing and formatting content. The module also supports third-party editors that change the look & feel of the interface.
When choosing an editor it's important to check the Supported Editors Matrix for a compatible version.
The module can be found on the Wysiwyg project page.
To download and install one of the supported editors follow the path, Administration » Configuration » Content authoring » Wysiwyg and follow the instructions there.
- Use one of the 3.6.x versions, not the later 4.x per:
- As of May 17th, 2016, there hasn't been an official release since 2012. This means that you should download the development version of WYSIWYG (7.x-2.x-dev) to ensure compatibility with CKEditor.
To configure the editor module follow the path, Administration » Configuration » Content authoring » Text formats. Configurations include:
- either configure the Full HTML format, assign it to trusted roles, and
disable "HTML filter", "Line break converter", and (optionally) "URL filter".
- or add a new text format, assign it to trusted roles, and ensure that above
mentioned input filters are disabled.
To setup editor profiles follow the path Administration » Configuration » Content authoring » Wysiwyg.