WYSIWYG

Overview
The WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) feature provides a user friendly editing alternative to the Wiki syntax editor. When using the WYSIWYG editor, information copied and pasted into a wiki page will retain most of its original formatting.
To access
Click the Wysiwyg icon on the Control Panel or use http://example.org/tiki-admin.php?page=wysiwyg
Note
Tiki uses CKEditor for WYSIWYG.



Option Description Default
Full WYSIWYG editor WYSIWYG is an acronym for "What You See Is What You Get". CKEditor is used to provide a word-processor-like editing experience. Disabled
Plugin WYSIWYG Use a WYSIWYG editor to edit a section of content Disabled
Full WYSIWYG editor is optional If WYSIWYG is optional, the wiki text editor is also available. Otherwise only the WYSIWYG editor is used.
Switching between HTML and wiki formats can cause problems for some pages.
Enabled
Full WYSIWYG editor is displayed by default If both the WYSIWYG editor and the text editor are available, the WYSIWYG editor is used by default, for example, when creating new pages Enabled
Reopen with the same editor Ensures the editor last used to edit a page or item is used for the next edit as the default. Enabled
Use Wiki syntax in WYSIWYG Causes parsed text areas based on wiki syntax when not in WYSIWYG mode to keep using Tiki syntax, instead of HTML as the WYSIWYG editor uses by default. Sometimes referred to as a "visual wiki".
Using wiki syntax in WYSIWYG mode will limit toolbar to wiki tools
Existing wiki pages remain in HTML, unless they are converted to non-WYSIWYG and back to WYSIWYG (one by one). CKeditor offers possibilities which may not be expressible in Tiki syntax. See issue #6518 for example
Enabled
Inline WYSIWYG editor Seamless inline editing. Uses CKEditor 4. Inline editing enables editing pages without a context switch. The editor is embedded in the wiki page. When used on pages in wiki format, a conversion from HTML to wiki format is required Disabled
Full WYSIWYG editor skin Moono (Default) | Kama | Bootstrap CK | Minimalist | Office 2013 Moono (Default)
Typefaces List of font names separated by semi-colons (";") sans serif;serif;monospace;...
Extra plugins In Tiki, CKEditor uses the "standard" package in which some plugins are disabled by default that are available in the "full" package.
See http://ckeditor.com/presets for a comparison of which plugins are enabled as standard.
List of plugin names (separated by,)
bidi,colorbutton,divarea,fi...
Wiki paragraph formatting When the wiki paragraph formatting feature is on, all groups of non-blank lines are collected into paragraphs. Lines can be of any length, and will be wrapped together with the next line. Paragraphs are separated by blank lines. When the Wiki paragraph formatting feature is off, each line will be presented as you write it. This means that if you want paragraphs to be wrapped properly, a paragraph should be all together on one line. Enabled
Create line breaks within paragraphs When Wiki paragraph formatting is enabled, this option creates line breaks within paragraphs. Enabled
Ajax Allows for efficient retrieval and display of information from the server, thus improving the user experience. This feature is required for the interface for many features to work.
This feature is required for the interface for many features to work properly.
Enabled
Ajax auto-save Save content during editing, enabling work to be recovered after any interruption. Also enable a real-time preview. This option is required for WYSIWYG plugin processing. Enabled
Option Description Default
Full WYSIWYG editor WYSIWYG is an acronym for "What You See Is What You Get". CKEditor is used to provide a word-processor-like editing experience. Disabled
Plugin WYSIWYG Use a WYSIWYG editor to edit a section of content Disabled
Full WYSIWYG editor is optional If WYSIWYG is optional, the wiki text editor is also available. Otherwise only the WYSIWYG editor is used.
Switching between HTML and wiki formats can cause problems for some pages.
Enabled
Full WYSIWYG editor is displayed by default If both the WYSIWYG editor and the text editor are available, the WYSIWYG editor is used by default, for example, when creating new pages Enabled
Reopen with the same editor Ensures the editor last used to edit a page or item is used for the next edit as the default. Enabled
Use Wiki syntax in WYSIWYG Causes parsed text areas based on wiki syntax when not in WYSIWYG mode to keep using Tiki syntax, instead of HTML as the WYSIWYG editor uses by default. Sometimes referred to as a "visual wiki".
Using wiki syntax in WYSIWYG mode will limit toolbar to wiki tools
Existing wiki pages remain in HTML, unless they are converted to non-WYSIWYG and back to WYSIWYG (one by one). CKeditor offers possibilities which may not be expressible in Tiki syntax. See issue #6518 for example
Enabled
Inline WYSIWYG editor Seamless inline editing. Uses CKEditor 4. Inline editing enables editing pages without a context switch. The editor is embedded in the wiki page. When used on pages in wiki format, a conversion from HTML to wiki format is required Disabled
Full WYSIWYG editor skin Moono (Default) | Kama | Bootstrap CK | Minimalist | Office 2013 Moono (Default)
Typefaces List of font names separated by semi-colons (";") sans serif;serif;monospace;...
Extra plugins In Tiki, CKEditor uses the "standard" package in which some plugins are disabled by default that are available in the "full" package.
See http://ckeditor.com/presets for a comparison of which plugins are enabled as standard.
List of plugin names (separated by,)
bidi,colorbutton,divarea,fi...
Wiki paragraph formatting When the wiki paragraph formatting feature is on, all groups of non-blank lines are collected into paragraphs. Lines can be of any length, and will be wrapped together with the next line. Paragraphs are separated by blank lines. When the Wiki paragraph formatting feature is off, each line will be presented as you write it. This means that if you want paragraphs to be wrapped properly, a paragraph should be all together on one line. Enabled
Create line breaks within paragraphs When Wiki paragraph formatting is enabled, this option creates line breaks within paragraphs. Enabled
Ajax Allows for efficient retrieval and display of information from the server, thus improving the user experience. This feature is required for the interface for many features to work.
This feature is required for the interface for many features to work properly.
Enabled
Ajax auto-save Save content during editing, enabling work to be recovered after any interruption. Also enable a real-time preview. This option is required for WYSIWYG plugin processing. Enabled
Option Description Default
Full WYSIWYG editor WYSIWYG is an acronym for "What You See Is What You Get". CKEditor is used to provide a word-processor-like editing experience. Disabled
Plugin WYSIWYG Use a WYSIWYG editor to edit a section of content Disabled
Full WYSIWYG editor is optional If WYSIWYG is optional, the wiki text editor is also available. Otherwise only the WYSIWYG editor is used.
Switching between HTML and wiki formats can cause problems for some pages.
Enabled
Full WYSIWYG editor is displayed by default If both the WYSIWYG editor and the text editor are available, the WYSIWYG editor is used by default, for example, when creating new pages Enabled
Reopen with the same editor Ensures the editor last used to edit a page or item is used for the next edit as the default. Enabled
Use Wiki syntax in WYSIWYG Causes parsed text areas based on wiki syntax when not in WYSIWYG mode to keep using Tiki syntax, instead of HTML as the WYSIWYG editor uses by default. Sometimes referred to as a "visual wiki".
Using wiki syntax in WYSIWYG mode will limit toolbar to wiki tools
Existing wiki pages remain in HTML, unless they are converted to non-WYSIWYG and back to WYSIWYG (one by one). CKeditor offers possibilities which may not be expressible in Tiki syntax. See issue #6518 for example
Enabled
Inline WYSIWYG editor Seamless inline editing. Uses CKEditor 4. Inline editing enables editing pages without a context switch. The editor is embedded in the wiki page. When used on pages in wiki format, a conversion from HTML to wiki format is required Disabled
Full WYSIWYG editor skin Moono (Default) | Kama | Bootstrap CK | Minimalist | Office 2013 Moono (Default)
Typefaces List of font names separated by semi-colons (";") sans serif;serif;monospace;...
Extra plugins In Tiki, CKEditor uses the "standard" package in which some plugins are disabled by default that are available in the "full" package.
See http://ckeditor.com/presets for a comparison of which plugins are enabled as standard.
List of plugin names (separated by,)
bidi,colorbutton,divarea,fi...
Wiki paragraph formatting When the wiki paragraph formatting feature is on, all groups of non-blank lines are collected into paragraphs. Lines can be of any length, and will be wrapped together with the next line. Paragraphs are separated by blank lines. When the Wiki paragraph formatting feature is off, each line will be presented as you write it. This means that if you want paragraphs to be wrapped properly, a paragraph should be all together on one line. Enabled
Create line breaks within paragraphs When Wiki paragraph formatting is enabled, this option creates line breaks within paragraphs. Enabled
Ajax Allows for efficient retrieval and display of information from the server, thus improving the user experience. This feature is required for the interface for many features to work.
This feature is required for the interface for many features to work properly.
Enabled
Ajax auto-save Save content during editing, enabling work to be recovered after any interruption. Also enable a real-time preview. This option is required for WYSIWYG plugin processing. Enabled
Option Description Default
Full WYSIWYG editor WYSIWYG is an acronym for "What You See Is What You Get". CKEditor is used to provide a word-processor-like editing experience. Disabled
Plugin WYSIWYG Use a WYSIWYG editor to edit a section of content Disabled
Full WYSIWYG editor is optional If WYSIWYG is optional, the wiki text editor is also available. Otherwise only the WYSIWYG editor is used.
Switching between HTML and wiki formats can cause problems for some pages.
Enabled
Full WYSIWYG editor is displayed by default If both the WYSIWYG editor and the text editor are available, the WYSIWYG editor is used by default, for example, when creating new pages Enabled
Reopen with the same editor Ensures the editor last used to edit a page or item is used for the next edit as the default. Enabled
Use Wiki syntax in WYSIWYG Causes parsed text areas based on wiki syntax when not in WYSIWYG mode to keep using Tiki syntax, instead of HTML as the WYSIWYG editor uses by default. Sometimes referred to as a "visual wiki".
Using wiki syntax in WYSIWYG mode will limit toolbar to wiki tools
Existing wiki pages remain in HTML, unless they are converted to non-WYSIWYG and back to WYSIWYG (one by one). CKeditor offers possibilities which may not be expressible in Tiki syntax. See issue #6518 for example
Enabled
Inline WYSIWYG editor Seamless inline editing. Uses CKEditor 4. Inline editing enables editing pages without a context switch. The editor is embedded in the wiki page. When used on pages in wiki format, a conversion from HTML to wiki format is required Disabled
Full WYSIWYG editor skin Moono (Default) | Kama | Bootstrap CK | Minimalist | Office 2013 Moono (Default)
Typefaces List of font names separated by semi-colons (";") sans serif;serif;monospace;...
Extra plugins In Tiki, CKEditor uses the "standard" package in which some plugins are disabled by default that are available in the "full" package.
See http://ckeditor.com/presets for a comparison of which plugins are enabled as standard.
List of plugin names (separated by,)
bidi,colorbutton,divarea,fi...
Wiki paragraph formatting When the wiki paragraph formatting feature is on, all groups of non-blank lines are collected into paragraphs. Lines can be of any length, and will be wrapped together with the next line. Paragraphs are separated by blank lines. When the Wiki paragraph formatting feature is off, each line will be presented as you write it. This means that if you want paragraphs to be wrapped properly, a paragraph should be all together on one line. Enabled
Create line breaks within paragraphs When Wiki paragraph formatting is enabled, this option creates line breaks within paragraphs. Enabled
Ajax Allows for efficient retrieval and display of information from the server, thus improving the user experience. This feature is required for the interface for many features to work.
This feature is required for the interface for many features to work properly.
Enabled
Ajax auto-save Save content during editing, enabling work to be recovered after any interruption. Also enable a real-time preview. This option is required for WYSIWYG plugin processing. Enabled
Option Description Default
Full WYSIWYG editor WYSIWYG is an acronym for "What You See Is What You Get". CKEditor is used to provide a word-processor-like editing experience. Disabled
Plugin WYSIWYG Use a WYSIWYG editor to edit a section of content Disabled
Full WYSIWYG editor is optional If WYSIWYG is optional, the wiki text editor is also available. Otherwise only the WYSIWYG editor is used.
Switching between HTML and wiki formats can cause problems for some pages.
Enabled
Full WYSIWYG editor is displayed by default If both the WYSIWYG editor and the text editor are available, the WYSIWYG editor is used by default, for example, when creating new pages Enabled
Reopen with the same editor Ensures the editor last used to edit a page or item is used for the next edit as the default. Enabled
Use Wiki syntax in WYSIWYG Causes parsed text areas based on wiki syntax when not in WYSIWYG mode to keep using Tiki syntax, instead of HTML as the WYSIWYG editor uses by default. Sometimes referred to as a "visual wiki".
Using wiki syntax in WYSIWYG mode will limit toolbar to wiki tools
Existing wiki pages remain in HTML, unless they are converted to non-WYSIWYG and back to WYSIWYG (one by one). CKeditor offers possibilities which may not be expressible in Tiki syntax. See issue #6518 for example
Enabled
Inline WYSIWYG editor Seamless inline editing. Uses CKEditor 4. Inline editing enables editing pages without a context switch. The editor is embedded in the wiki page. When used on pages in wiki format, a conversion from HTML to wiki format is required Disabled
Full WYSIWYG editor skin Moono (Default) | Kama | Bootstrap CK | Minimalist | Office 2013 Moono (Default)
Typefaces List of font names separated by semi-colons (";") sans serif;serif;monospace;...
Extra plugins In Tiki, CKEditor uses the "standard" package in which some plugins are disabled by default that are available in the "full" package.
See http://ckeditor.com/presets for a comparison of which plugins are enabled as standard.
List of plugin names (separated by,)
bidi,colorbutton,divarea,fi...
Wiki paragraph formatting Because the wiki paragraph formatting feature is on, all groups of non-blank lines are collected into paragraphs. Lines can be of any length, and will be wrapped together with the next line. Paragraphs are separated by blank lines. Because the Wiki paragraph formatting feature is off, each line will be presented as you write it. This means that if you want paragraphs to be wrapped properly, a paragraph should be all together on one line. Enabled
Create line breaks within paragraphs When Wiki paragraph formatting is enabled, this option creates line breaks within paragraphs. Enabled
Ajax Allows for efficient retrieval and display of information from the server, thus improving the user experience. This feature is required for the interface for many features to work.
This feature is required for the interface for many features to work properly.
Enabled
Ajax auto-save Save content during editing, enabling work to be recovered after any interruption. Also enable a real-time preview. This option is required for WYSIWYG plugin processing. Enabled
Option Description Default
Full WYSIWYG editor WYSIWYG is an acronym for "What You See Is What You Get". CKEditor is used to provide a word-processor-like editing experience. Disabled
Plugin WYSIWYG Use a WYSIWYG editor to edit a section of content Disabled
Full WYSIWYG editor is optional If WYSIWYG is optional, the wiki text editor is also available. Otherwise only the WYSIWYG editor is used.
Switching between HTML and wiki formats can cause problems for some pages.
Enabled
Full WYSIWYG editor is displayed by default If both the WYSIWYG editor and the text editor are available, the WYSIWYG editor is used by default, for example, when creating new pages Enabled
Reopen with the same editor Ensures the editor last used to edit a page or item is used for the next edit as the default. Enabled
Use Wiki syntax in WYSIWYG Causes parsed text areas based on wiki syntax when not in WYSIWYG mode to keep using Tiki syntax, instead of HTML as the WYSIWYG editor uses by default. Sometimes referred to as a "visual wiki".
Using wiki syntax in WYSIWYG mode will limit toolbar to wiki tools
Existing wiki pages remain in HTML, unless they are converted to non-WYSIWYG and back to WYSIWYG (one by one). CKeditor offers possibilities which may not be expressible in Tiki syntax. See issue #6518 for example
Enabled
Inline WYSIWYG editor Seamless inline editing. Uses CKEditor 4. Inline editing enables editing pages without a context switch. The editor is embedded in the wiki page. When used on pages in wiki format, a conversion from HTML to wiki format is required Disabled
Full WYSIWYG editor skin Moono (Default) | Kama | Bootstrap CK | Minimalist | Office 2013 Moono (Default)
Typefaces List of font names separated by semi-colons (";") sans serif;serif;monospace;...
Extra plugins In Tiki, CKEditor uses the "standard" package in which some plugins are disabled by default that are available in the "full" package.
See http://ckeditor.com/presets for a comparison of which plugins are enabled as standard.
List of plugin names (separated by,)
bidi,colorbutton,divarea,fi...
Wiki paragraph formatting Because the wiki paragraph formatting feature is on, all groups of non-blank lines are collected into paragraphs. Lines can be of any length, and will be wrapped together with the next line. Paragraphs are separated by blank lines. Because the Wiki paragraph formatting feature is off, each line will be presented as you write it. This means that if you want paragraphs to be wrapped properly, a paragraph should be all together on one line. Enabled
Create line breaks within paragraphs When Wiki paragraph formatting is enabled, this option creates line breaks within paragraphs. Enabled
Ajax Allows for efficient retrieval and display of information from the server, thus improving the user experience. This feature is required for the interface for many features to work.
This feature is required for the interface for many features to work properly.
Enabled
Ajax auto-save Save content during editing, enabling work to be recovered after any interruption. Also enable a real-time preview. This option is required for WYSIWYG plugin processing. Enabled
wysiwyg
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Option Description Default
Full WYSIWYG editor WYSIWYG is an acronym for "What You See Is What You Get". CKEditor is used to provide a word-processor-like editing experience. Disabled
Plugin WYSIWYG Use a WYSIWYG editor to edit a section of text content. Disabled
Full WYSIWYG editor is optional If WYSIWYG is optional, the wiki text editor is also available. Otherwise only the WYSIWYG editor is used.
Switching between HTML and wiki formats can cause problems for some pages.
Enabled
Full WYSIWYG editor is displayed by default If both the WYSIWYG editor and the text editor are available, the WYSIWYG editor is used by default, for example, when creating new pages Enabled
Reopen with the same editor Ensures the editor last used to edit a page or item is used for the next edit as the default. Enabled
Support Tiki's wiki syntax This allows a mixture of wiki syntax and HTML in the code of a text field in WYSIWYG mode. Enabled
Limited wiki parsing Enabling this preference limits the features from Tiki's wiki markup language allowed when editing text. Only some wiki syntax is parsed, such as plugins (not inline character styles, etc). When this preference is not enabled, all markup features in wiki syntax mode are available.
Neglected. This feature can have unpredicable results and may be removed in future versions.
Disabled
Use Wiki syntax in WYSIWYG Allow keeping wiki syntax with the WYSIWYG editor. Sometimes referred to as a "visual wiki".
Using wiki syntax in WYSIWYG mode will limit toolbar to wiki tools
Existing wiki pages remain in HTML, unless they are converted to non-WYSIWYG and back to WYSIWYG (one by one). CKeditor offers possibilities which may not be expressible in Tiki syntax. See issue #6518 for example
Enabled
Inline WYSIWYG editor Seamless inline editing. Uses CKEditor 4. Inline editing enables editing pages without a context switch. The editor is embedded in the wiki page. When used on pages in wiki format, a conversion from HTML to wiki format is required Disabled
Full WYSIWYG editor skin Moono (Default) | Kama | Bootstrap CK | Minimalist | Office 2013 Moono (Default)
Typefaces List of font names separated by semi-colons (";") sans serif;serif;monospace;...
Extra plugins In Tiki, CKEditor uses the "standard" package in which some plugins are disabled by default that are available in the "full" package.
See http://ckeditor.com/presets for a comparison of which plugins are enabled as standard.
List of plugin names (separated by,)
bidi,colorbutton,divarea,fi...
Wiki paragraph formatting Because the wiki paragraph formatting feature is on, all groups of non-blank lines are collected into paragraphs. Lines can be of any length, and will be wrapped together with the next line. Paragraphs are separated by blank lines. Because the Wiki paragraph formatting feature is off, each line will be presented as you write it. This means that if you want paragraphs to be wrapped properly, a paragraph should be all together on one line. Enabled
Create line breaks within paragraphs When Wiki paragraph formatting is enabled, this option creates line breaks within paragraphs. Enabled
Ajax Allows for efficient retrieval and display of information from the server, thus improving the user experience. This feature is required for the interface for many features to work.
This feature is required for the interface for many features to work properly.
Enabled
Ajax auto-save Save content during editing, enabling work to be recovered after any interruption. Also enable a real-time preview. This option is required for WYSIWYG plugin processing. Enabled
wysiwyg
Tiki 14 Preferences Image
Option Description Default
Full WYSIWYG editor WYSIWYG is an acronym for “What You See Is What You Get”. CKEditor is used to provide a word-processor-like editing experience. Disabled
Plugin WYSIWYG Use a WYSIWYG editor to edit a section of content Disabled
Full WYSIWYG editor is optional If WYSIWYG is optional, the wiki text editor is also available. Otherwise only the WYSIWYG editor is used. Switching between HTML and wiki formats can cause problems for some pages.
Switching between HTML and wiki formats can cause problems for some pages.
Enabled
Full WYSIWYG editor is displayed by default If both the WYSIWYG editor and the text editor are available, the WYSIWYG editor is used by default, for example, when creating new pages Enabled
Reopen with the same editor Ensures the editor last used to edit a page or item is used for the next edit as the default. Enabled
Content is parsed like wiki page This allows a mixture of wiki syntax and HTML syntax. All wiki syntax is parsed. Enabled
Content is partially wiki parsed This also allows a mixture of wiki syntax and HTML syntax. Only some wiki syntax is parsed, such as plugins (not inline character styles, etc).
Neglected. This feature can have unpredicable results and may be removed in future versions.
Disabled
Use Wiki syntax in WYSIWYG Allow keeping wiki syntax with the WYSIWYG editor. Sometimes referred to as a “visual wiki”.
Using wiki syntax in WYSIWYG mode will limit toolbar to wiki tools
Existing wiki pages remain in HTML, unless they are converted to non-WYSIWYG and back to WYSIWYG (one by one). CKeditor offers possibilities which may not be expressible in Tiki syntax. See issue #6518 for example
Enabled
Inline WYSIWYG editor Seamless inline editing. Uses CKEditor 4. Inline editing enables editing pages without a context switch. The editor is embedded in the wiki page. When used on pages in wiki format, a conversion from HTML to wiki format is required Disabled
Full WYSIWYG editor skin Moono (Default) | Kama | Bootstrap CK | Minimalist | Office 2013 Moono (Default)
Font names List of font names separated by; sans serif;serif;monospace;...
Extra plugins In Tiki, CKEditor uses the “standard” package in which some plugins are disabled by default that are available in the “full” package.
See http://ckeditor.com/presets for a comparison of which plugins are enabled as standard.
List of plugin names (separated by,)
bidi,colorbutton,divarea,fi...
Wiki paragraph formatting Because the Wiki paragraph formatting feature is on, all groups of non-blank lines are collected into paragraphs. Lines can be of any length, and will be wrapped together with the next line. Paragraphs are separated by blank lines. Because the Wiki paragraph formatting feature is off, each line will be presented as you write it. This means that if you want paragraphs to be wrapped properly, a paragraph should be all together on one line. Enabled
...but still create line breaks within paragraphs When Wiki paragraph formatting is enabled, this option creates line breaks within paragraphs. Enabled
Ajax Allows for efficient retrieval and display of information from the server, thus improving the user experience. This feature is required for the interface for many features to work.
This feature is required for the interface for many features to work properly.
Enabled
Ajax auto-save Saves your edits as you write, enabling work to be recovered after an “interruption”. Also enables a “live” preview and is required for WYSIWYG plugin processing. Enabled
wysiwyg
Tiki 14 Preferences Image
Option Description Default
Full WYSIWYG editor WYSIWYG is an acronym for "What You See Is What You Get". CKEditor is used to provide a word-processor-like editing experience. Disabled
Plugin WYSIWYG Use a WYSIWYG editor to edit a section of content Disabled
Full WYSIWYG editor is optional If WYSIWYG is optional, the wiki text editor is also available. Otherwise only the WYSIWYG editor is used. Switching between HTML and wiki formats can cause problems for some pages.
Switching between HTML and wiki formats can cause problems for some pages.
Enabled
Full WYSIWYG editor is displayed by default If both the WYSIWYG editor and the text editor are available, the WYSIWYG editor is used by default, for example, when creating new pages Enabled
Reopen with the same editor Ensures the editor last used to edit a page or item is used for the next edit as the default. Enabled
Content is parsed like wiki page This allows a mixture of wiki syntax and HTML syntax. All wiki syntax is parsed. Enabled
Content is partially wiki parsed This also allows a mixture of wiki syntax and HTML syntax. Only some wiki syntax is parsed, such as plugins (not inline character styles, etc).
Neglected. This feature can have unpredicable results and may be removed in future versions.
Disabled
Use Wiki syntax in WYSIWYG Allow keeping wiki syntax with the WYSIWYG editor. Sometimes referred to as a "visual wiki".
Using wiki syntax in WYSIWYG mode will limit toolbar to wiki tools
Existing wiki pages remain in HTML, unless they are converted to non-WYSIWYG and back to WYSIWYG (one by one). CKeditor offers possibilities which may not be expressible in Tiki syntax. See issue #6518 for example
Enabled
Inline WYSIWYG editor Seamless inline editing. Uses CKEditor 4. Inline editing enables editing pages without a context switch. The editor is embedded in the wiki page. When used on pages in wiki format, a conversion from HTML to wiki format is required
experimental
Disabled
Full WYSIWYG editor skin Moono (Default) | Kama | Bootstrap CK | Minimalist | Office 2013 Moono (Default)
Font names List of font names separated by; sans serif;serif;monospace;...
Extra Plugins In Tiki, CKEditor uses the "standard" package in which some plugins are disabled by default that are available in the "full" package.
See http://ckeditor.com/presets for a comparison of which plugins are enabled as standard.
List of plugin names (separated by,)
bidi,colorbutton,find,font,...
Wiki paragraph formatting Because the Wiki paragraph formatting feature is on, all groups of non-blank lines are collected into paragraphs. Lines can be of any length, and will be wrapped together with the next line. Paragraphs are separated by blank lines. Because the Wiki paragraph formatting feature is off, each line will be presented as you write it. This means that if you want paragraphs to be wrapped properly, a paragraph should be all together on one line. Enabled
...but still create line breaks within paragraphs When Wiki paragraph formatting is enabled, this option creates line breaks within paragraphs. Enabled
Ajax Allows for efficient retrieval and display of information from the server, thus improving the user experience. This feature is required for the interface for many features to work.
This feature is required for the interface for many features to work properly.
Enabled
Ajax auto-save Saves your edits as you write, enabling work to be recovered after an "interruption". Also enables a "live" preview and is required for WYSIWYG plugin processing. Enabled
wysiwyg
Tiki 14 Preferences Image
Option Description Default
Full WYSIWYG editor WYSIWYG is an acronym for "What You See Is What You Get". CKEditor is used to provide a word-processor-like editing experience. Disabled
Plugin WYSIWYG Use a WYSIWYG editor to edit a section of content Disabled
Full WYSIWYG editor is optional If WYSIWYG is optional, the wiki text editor is also available. Otherwise only the WYSIWYG editor is used. Switching between HTML and wiki formats can cause problems for some pages.
Switching between HTML and wiki formats can cause problems for some pages.
Enabled
Full WYSIWYG editor is displayed by default If both the WYSIWYG editor and the text editor are available, the WYSIWYG editor is used by default, for example, when creating new pages Enabled
Reopen with the same editor Ensures the editor last used to edit a page or item is used for the next edit as the default. Enabled
Content is parsed like wiki page This allows a mixture of wiki syntax and HTML syntax. All wiki syntax is parsed. Enabled
Content is partially wiki parsed This also allows a mixture of wiki syntax and HTML syntax. Only some wiki syntax is parsed, such as plugins (not inline character styles, etc).
Neglected. This feature can have unpredicable results and may be removed in future versions.
Disabled
Use Wiki syntax in WYSIWYG Allow keeping wiki syntax with the WYSIWYG editor. Sometimes referred to as a "visual wiki".
Using wiki syntax in WYSIWYG mode will limit toolbar to wiki tools
Existing wiki pages remain in HTML, unless they are converted to non-WYSIWYG and back to WYSIWYG (one by one). CKeditor offers possibilities which may not be expressible in Tiki syntax. See issue #6518 for example
Enabled
Inline WYSIWYG editor Seamless inline editing. Uses CKEditor 4. Inline editing enables editing pages without a context switch. The editor is embedded in the wiki page. When used on pages in wiki format, a conversion from HTML to wiki format is required
experimental
Disabled
Full WYSIWYG editor skin Moono (Default) | Kama | Bootstrap CK | Minimalist | Office 2013 Moono (Default)
Font names List of font names separated by; sans serif;serif;monospace;...
Extra Plugins In Tiki, CKEditor uses the "standard" package in which some plugins are disabled by default that are available in the "full" package.
See http://ckeditor.com/presets for a comparison of which plugins are enabled as standard.
List of plugin names (separated by,)
bidi,colorbutton,find,font,...
Wiki paragraph formatting Because the Wiki paragraph formatting feature is on, all groups of non-blank lines are collected into paragraphs. Lines can be of any length, and will be wrapped together with the next line. Paragraphs are separated by blank lines. Because the Wiki paragraph formatting feature is off, each line will be presented as you write it. This means that if you want paragraphs to be wrapped properly, a paragraph should be all together on one line. Enabled
...but still create line breaks within paragraphs When Wiki paragraph formatting is enabled, this option creates line breaks within paragraphs. Enabled
Ajax Allows for efficient retrieval and display of information from the server, thus improving the user experience. This feature is required for the interface for many features to work.
This feature is required for the interface for many features to work properly.
Enabled
Ajax auto-save Saves your edits as you write, enabling work to be recovered after an "interruption". Also enables a "live" preview and is required for WYSIWYG plugin processing. Enabled
wysiwyg
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Option Description Default
Full Wysiwyg editor WYSIWYG is an acronym for What You See Is What You Get. Uses CKEditor. Disabled
Plugin WYSIWYG Permits to have a WYSIWYG section for part of a page. Disabled
Full Wysiwyg Editor is optional If wysiwyg is optional, the wiki text editor is also available. Otherwise only the Wysiwyg editor is used. Switching between html and wiki formats can cause problems for some pages.
Switching between HTML and wiki formats can cause problems for some pages.
Enabled
Full Wysiwyg Editor is displayed by default If both the Wysiwyg editor and the text editor is available, the Wysiwyg editor is used by default, e.g when creating new pages Enabled
Reopen with the same editor Ensures the editor last used to edit a page or item is used for the next edit as the default. Enabled
Content is parsed like wiki page This allows a mixture of wiki and HTML. All wiki syntax is parsed. Enabled
Content is partially wiki parsed This also allows a mixture of wiki and HTML. Only some wiki syntax is parsed, such as plugins (not inline character styles etc).
Neglected. This feature can have unpredicable results and may be removed in future versions.
Disabled
Use Wiki syntax in WYSIWYG Allow to keep the wiki syntax with the WYSIWYG editor. Sometimes also known as "Visual Wiki".
Using wiki syntax in wysiwyg mode will limit toolbar to Wiki tools
Existing wiki pages remain in HTML, unless they are converted to non-WYSIWYG and back to WYSIWYG (one by one). CKeditor offers possibilities which may not be expressible in Tiki syntax. See issue #6518 for example
Enabled
Inline Wysiwyg editor Seamless inline editing. Uses CKEditor4. Inline editing lets the user edit pages without a context switch. The editor is embedded in the wiki page. When used on pages in wiki format, a conversion from HTML to Wiki format is required
experimental
Disabled
Full Wysiwyg editor skin Moono (Default) | Kama Moono (Default)
Font names List of font names separated by; sans serif;serif;monospace;...
Extra Plugins As of Tiki 13 ckeditor uses the "standard" package which has some plugins disabled by default that were available in the "full" package.
See http://ckeditor.com/presets for a comparison of which plugins are enabled as standard.
List of plugin names (separated by,)
bidi,colorbutton,find,font,...
Wiki paragraph formatting Because the Wiki paragraph formatting feature is on, all groups of non-blank lines are collected into paragraphs. Lines can be of any length, and will be wrapped together with the next line. Paragraphs are separated by blank lines. Because the Wiki paragraph formatting feature is off, each line will be presented as you write it. This means that if you want paragraphs to be wrapped properly, a paragraph should be all together on one line. Enabled
...but still create line breaks within paragraphs When Wiki paragraph formatting is enabled, this option creates line breaks within paragraphs. Enabled
Ajax Ajax
This feature is required for the interface for many features to work properly.
Enabled
Ajax auto-save Saves your edits as you go along enabling you to recover your work after an "interruption". Also enables "Live" preview and is required for wysiwyg plugin processing. Enabled
Option Description Default
Full Wysiwyg editor WYSIWYG is an acronym for What You See Is What You Get. Uses CKEditor. Disabled
Plugin WYSIWYG Permits to have a WYSIWYG section for part of a page. Disabled
Full Wysiwyg Editor is optional If wysiwyg is optional, the wiki text editor is also available. Otherwise only the Wysiwyg editor is used. Switching between html and wiki formats can cause problems for some pages.
Switching between HTML and wiki formats can cause problems for some pages.
Enabled
Full Wysiwyg Editor is displayed by default If both the Wysiwyg editor and the text editor is available, the Wysiwyg editor is used by default, e.g when creating new pages Enabled
Reopen with the same editor Ensures the editor last used to edit a page or item is used for the next edit as the default. Enabled
Content is parsed like wiki page This allows a mixture of wiki and HTML. All wiki syntax is parsed. Enabled
Content is partially wiki parsed This also allows a mixture of wiki and HTML. Only some wiki syntax is parsed, such as plugins (not inline character styles etc).
Neglected. This feature can have unpredicable results and may be removed in future versions.
Disabled
Use Wiki syntax in WYSIWYG Allow to keep the wiki syntax with the WYSIWYG editor. Sometimes also known as "Visual Wiki".
Using wiki syntax in wysiwyg mode will limit toolbar to Wiki tools
Existing wiki pages remain in HTML, unless they are converted to non-WYSIWYG and back to WYSIWYG (one by one). CKeditor offers possibilities which may not be expressible in Tiki syntax. See issue #6518 for example
Enabled
Inline Wysiwyg editor Seamless inline editing. Uses CKEditor4. Inline editing lets the user edit pages without a context switch. The editor is embedded in the wiki page. When used on pages in wiki format, a conversion from HTML to Wiki format is required
experimental
Disabled
Full Wysiwyg editor skin Moono (Default) | Kama Moono (Default)
Font names List of font names separated by; sans serif;serif;monospace;...
Extra Plugins As of Tiki 13 ckeditor uses the "standard" package which has some plugins disabled by default that were available in the "full" package.
See http://ckeditor.com/presets for a comparison of which plugins are enabled as standard.
List of plugin names (separated by,)
bidi,colorbutton,find,font,...
Wiki paragraph formatting Because the Wiki paragraph formatting feature is on, all groups of non-blank lines are collected into paragraphs. Lines can be of any length, and will be wrapped together with the next line. Paragraphs are separated by blank lines. Because the Wiki paragraph formatting feature is off, each line will be presented as you write it. This means that if you want paragraphs to be wrapped properly, a paragraph should be all together on one line. Enabled
...but still create line breaks within paragraphs When Wiki paragraph formatting is enabled, this option creates line breaks within paragraphs. Enabled
Ajax Ajax
This feature is required for the interface for many features to work properly.
Enabled
Ajax auto-save Saves your edits as you go along enabling you to recover your work after an "interruption". Also enables "Live" preview and is required for wysiwyg plugin processing. Enabled
Option Description Default
Full Wysiwyg editor WYSIWYG is an acronym for What You See Is What You Get. Uses CKEditor. Disabled
Plugin WYSIWYG Permits to have a WYSIWYG section for part of a page. Disabled
Full Wysiwyg Editor is optional If wysiwyg is optional, the wiki text editor is also available. Otherwise only the Wysiwyg editor is used. Switching between html and wiki formats can cause problems for some pages.
Switching between HTML and wiki formats can cause problems for some pages.
Enabled
Full Wysiwyg Editor is displayed by default If both the Wysiwyg editor and the text editor is available, the Wysiwyg editor is used by default, e.g when creating new pages Enabled
Reopen with the same editor Ensures the editor last used to edit a page or item is used for the next edit as the default. Enabled
Content is parsed like wiki page This allows a mixture of wiki and HTML. All wiki syntax is parsed. Enabled
Content is partially wiki parsed This also allows a mixture of wiki and HTML. Only some wiki syntax is parsed, such as plugins (not inline character styles etc).
Neglected. This feature can have unpredicable results and may be removed in future versions.
Disabled
Use Wiki syntax in WYSIWYG Allow to keep the wiki syntax with the WYSIWYG editor. Sometimes also known as "Visual Wiki".
Using wiki syntax in wysiwyg mode will limit toolbar to Wiki tools
Existing wiki pages remain in HTML, unless they are converted to non-WYSIWYG and back to WYSIWYG (one by one). CKeditor offers possibilities which may not be expressible in Tiki syntax. See issue #6518 for example
Enabled
Inline Wysiwyg editor Seamless inline editing. Uses CKEditor4. Inline editing lets the user edit pages without a context switch. The editor is embedded in the wiki page. When used on pages in wiki format, a conversion from HTML to Wiki format is required
experimental
Disabled
Full Wysiwyg editor skin Moono (Default) | Kama Moono (Default)
Font names List of font names separated by; sans serif;serif;monospace;...
Extra Plugins As of Tiki 13 ckeditor uses the "standard" package which has some plugins disabled by default that were available in the "full" package.
See http://ckeditor.com/presets for a comparison of which plugins are enabled as standard.
List of plugin names (separated by,)
bidi,colorbutton,find,font,...
Wiki paragraph formatting Because the Wiki paragraph formatting feature is on, all groups of non-blank lines are collected into paragraphs. Lines can be of any length, and will be wrapped together with the next line. Paragraphs are separated by blank lines. Because the Wiki paragraph formatting feature is off, each line will be presented as you write it. This means that if you want paragraphs to be wrapped properly, a paragraph should be all together on one line. Enabled
...but still create line breaks within paragraphs When Wiki paragraph formatting is enabled, this option creates line breaks within paragraphs. Enabled
Ajax Ajax
This feature is required for the interface for many features to work properly.
Enabled
Ajax auto-save Saves your edits as you go along enabling you to recover your work after an "interruption". Also enables "Live" preview and is required for wysiwyg plugin processing. Enabled



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