Type some content into the FCKEditor below and then click the “Write to popup” button. A popup window will appear with the content from the editor. This is entirely browser based and does not require a trip back to the server to load another page.
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How it works
var FCKeditor = FCKeditorAPI.GetInstance('FCKeditorExample'); var w = window.open('', '', 'width=600,height=400,resizeable,scrollbars'); w.document.write(FCKeditor.GetData()); w.document.close(); // needed for chrome and safari
var FCKeditor = new FCKeditor('FCKeditorExample'); FCKeditor.ToolbarSet = "Basic"; FCKeditor.BasePath = "/examples/fckeditor/"; FCKeditor.Height = "100"; FCKeditor.Create();
Styling in the popup window
Writing the FCKEditor instance HTML into the popup won’t obviously contain any CSS styling (unless it is contained inline in the HTML) so if you need to add this as well, then add additional w.document.write lines to add the CSS or external style sheets.