The main change comparing to the CKEditor module for Drupal 6 is the way of enabling/disabling CKEditor on selected textareas.
In version 6.x users were forced to define the set of include/exclude rules based on the ID of textarea or the path to the page. In Drupal 7 things are now much more simple. All you have to do is to pick up the input formats where CKEditor should be enabled :-)
This is the first official release of CKEditor module for Drupal 7. Tested with Drupal RC2.
- as always, enables CKEditor in Drupal and provides lots of configuration options to adjust easily the editor to your needs
- CKFinder integration
- CKEditor profiles are now assigned to input formats (yes!)
This is the first stable release of CKEditor module.
After ofer a month of testing the beta version by many users and developers, it is the right time to mark is as stable.
All major issues have been resolved, almost all features from its predecessor, FCKeditor module, have been ported.
CKEditor 3.1 required by this module was recently officially released, so I hope you'll enjoy using this module!
Dev release, generated 2 times per day. Contains the latest code, thus may be less stable than the official release.
On the other side, recent bug fixes can only be found here (and in the CVS repository).
This is a first public version of the CKEditor module. It is a beta release, it has not been thoroughly tested so may contain some bugs (althoug we tried to avoid it).
If you have found a bug, have some problems with installation or anything else, check the issue tracker.
If you think you can translate this module into any other language, please check this out: Translations needed.