FCKeditor needs replaced | The WYSIWYG module is disabled

FCKeditor needs replaced // The WYSIWYG module is disabled.Test

The FCKeditor module will not receive any new features, nor will it be updated for Drupal 7. Upgrading to CKEditor is recommended for all users of FCKeditor.

CKEditor is the successor to FCKeditor and has its own CKEditor module.

https://www.drupal.org/project/ckeditor

Add module
https://ftp.drupal.org/files/projects/ckeditor-7.x-1.18.tar.gz

/admin/config/content/ckeditor/add

Add a new CKEditor profile >> Standard

Home » Administration » Configuration » Content authoring >> Text Formats

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The WYSIWYG module was detected. Using both modules at the same time may cause problems. It is recommended to turn the WYSIWYG module off

The older single WYSIWYG modules such as TinyMCE, FCKeditor, and others are generally considered deprecated (exceptions apply, of course). It is now common practice to, instead, install a single helper module, called "Wysiwyg", and then add to that whatever helper libraries, or "editors", you desire (TinyMCE, FCKeditor, etc, etc). Keep in mind that is different from just installing the "TinyMCE Module."

Speaking of TinyMCE, in my testing, I've been happiest with the output from that editor. So, though you're in no way going astray with other choices, I recommend adding the TinyMCE editor to the Wysiwyg module.

If you have more than one role editing content on your site (in other words, it's not just you), I highly recommend adding in the Better Formats module for more fine-grained Wysiwyg configuration.

CKEditor module: CKEditor is the successor to FCKeditor and has its own CKEditor module. The FCKeditor module will not receive any new features, nor will it be updated for Drupal 7. Upgrading to CKEditor is recommended for all users of FCKeditor.

 

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Set up Content Authoring

-->  USE FIREFOX when setting up and testing WYSIWYG!  Many issues using IE

Content authoring  admin/config

Home » Administration » Configuration » Content authoring

Full HTML on top .. then .. Wysiwyg profiles >> choose editor   ..>> then edit for basic set up
-->> Limit allowed HTML tags --> All HTML tags accepted / no exceptions needed

Text formats  -->> FUll HTML  -- Pull to top

Wysiwyg profiles -->> Use FCKeditor

Access to admin menu : admin/index

IMCE   An image/file uploader and browser supporting personal directories and user quota.

IMCE  --> Enabled if not already --> admin/settings/imce

enable a profile, and make sure users associated to a profile.
- Assign authenticated user to profile User-1
- don't forget to upload fckeditor to libraries -->> /sites/all/libraries

Wysiwyg --> choose Wysiwyg    admin/settings/wysiwyg
Wysiwyg --> Enabled if not already
IMCE Wysiwyg API bridge --> Enabled if not already
Wysiwyg Allows users to edit contents with client-side editors.

- Filtered HTML and Full HTML  add FCKeditor to Editor

Go to admin/settings/filters Input Formats
--> Configure Filtered HTML

Allowed HTML tags: --> add types <img><br><p>

Choose Filtered HTML Then Edit

FCKeditor profile for Filtered HTML   -->> admin/settings/wysiwyg/profile/1/edit
FCKeditor profile for Full HTML -->>  admin/settings/wysiwyg/profile/2/edit
For avoiding body background (image, colors) propagate to the FCKeditor profile, go to the section "CSS" choose "Editor CSS: " instead of "use theme css".

Have to choose basic editor formats and include IMCE
Buttons and plugins  ==>  IMCE
 

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