Install N1ED plugin for CKEditor

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When you already have CKEditor installed, you can just install N1ED add-on for CKEditor. N1ED is the single entry point for all plugins you will enable on the page of the visual configuration.

In order to install this add-on for CKEditor, download it from your Dashboard:

… unpack it into plugins/ and skins/ directories:

ckeditor/
  plugins/
     N1ED-editor/
        plugin.js
  skins/
     n1theme/
        ...

and enable it in config.js or using passing parameters directly on programmatical initialization

Configure CKEditor

There are two ways to pass parameters into CKEditor (use one of them):

Note: you can get your API key in Dashboard.

Example of configuring with using config.js file

CKEDITOR.editorConfig = function(config) {
    config.extraPlugins = "N1ED-editor";
    config.apiKey = "XXXX1234";
    config.skin = "n1theme";
    config.removePlugins = "iframe"; // N1ED removes Iframe plugin, it has own support of iframes
}

Example of passing parameters from initialization script

CKEDITOR.replace("editorId", {
    extraPlugins: "N1ED-editor",
    apiKey: "XXXX1234",
    skin: "n1theme",
    removePlugins: "iframe" // N1ED removes Iframe plugin, it has own support of iframes
});

Add extraPlugins option if you do not have one. If this option already exists in your config you pass to CKEditor, just append N1ED-editor to existing configuration like plugins: "somePlugin,N1ED-editor"

That's it. Now you are ready to use N1ED. Configuration set in Dashboard will be applied to your installation any time you save it, and your installation will automatically apply it on next load.