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  1. Hello everyone. I am in the process to understand how to build HTML blocks ( like cards, for example) with de possibility to edit/populate them with the confort and ease of use of Ckeditor. I built a template with 3 fields: -Title: page title -ckeditor1: textarea (the editor) -card_html: textarea (the html code) The template is associated to a page. The output will look to something like: echo "<h3>{$page->card_html}</h3>"; Until there, no problem. The question is about the card_html code: if I want to use ckeditor to populate my card, I must output the content generated by the editor, in the HTML code of the card_html field. I tryed something like: <div class="uk-child-width-1-2@s uk-grid-match" uk-grid> <div> <div class="uk-card uk-card-hover uk-card-body"> <h3 class="uk-card-title">My title</h3> <?php echo $pages->get("/page-1/")->ckeditor1; ?> The output shows: get("/page-1/")->ckeditor1; ?> So : Or I am trying something impossible. Or I am doing it wrong. Can anybody help ? Thank you.
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