12/11/2012 | Pierre Baron
The plugin adds a tinymce editor and a custom plugin in order to easily add images into your content. You can add/delete/ organise your images. You can choose an image as post image.
The more I used it, the more functionalities I want to add. I discovered CKEditor and found that it better corresponds to my need than Tinymce. I also need to share other files than just images. The last thing I need is a cool plugin to add preformatted code to the content.
The original syntax highlight ckeditor plugin : http://code.google.com/p/ckeditor-syntaxhighlight/.
Here are the new files you can add into the editor :
- Image : jpg, gif, png
- Video : avi, mov, mkv, mp4, wmv
- Music : mp3, wma,
- Zip : rar, tar.gr, tgz, zip
If you upload images, the behaviour of the plugin does not change. If you upload video or music, you can either choose to embed tag (<video>, <audio>) or to create a link to download the file. Finally, if you upload zip files, you can add a link.
The upload file limit is limited to 50mb. It can not be enough for video files. If you want to increase this limit, you have to change the value of
1 max_file_size : '50mb',
in _app/Plugin/Media/View/Medias/admin_index.ctp. You can also have to change it in your core php.ini of your webserver.
Grafikart made a tutorial video of the v1.0 of his plugin (video in French).
Add a ckeditor editor
Grafikart created a Helper to add a Tinymce editor. If you follow the tutorial, you have to add this line :
1 <?php echo $this->Uploader->tinymce('content'); ?>
I created a helper for CKEditor and you can call it like this :
1 <?php echo $this->Uploader->ckeditor('content'); ?>