Theming you content with CSS

When you want to adopt your WYSIWYG editor for a website you use it on, you should include the theme of your website into CKEditor or TinyMCE content area. This section of N1ED configuration helps you to do this.

CSS & JS
Include your CSS and JS

URLs of CSS files

Absolute (recommended) or relative URLs to your CSS files (theme stylesheets).

API key
include.css
Type
string[]
Default
[]

Include CSS files to the whole page

If checked, all the CSS files will be added not only to internal area of the editor with content but also to whole the page.

API key
include.includeCssToGlobalDoc
Type
boolean
Default
true

URLs of JS files

Absolute (recommended) or relative URLs to your JavaScript files. This is for deep tuning only, in most cases you do not need to include scripts into your content area.

API key
include.js
Type
string[]
Default
[]

Include JS files to the whole page

If checked, all the JS files will be added not only to internal area of the editor with content but also to whole the page.

API key
include.includeJsToGlobalDoc
Type
boolean
Default
true

Autocomplete classes for all widgets

These classes will be available in autocomplete dropdown when you add classes to some widget. You can add there some class names from your website theme which you use to style content.

API key
ui.autoCompleteClasses
Type
string[]
Default
[]