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Markup CKEditor (for Form Builder)

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An inputfield for displaying markup editable via CKEditor.

The module is intended for use with the Form Builder module. Allows blocks of static text to be included within a form, which can be edited in the form settings using CKEditor.

Usage

Install the Markup CKEditor module.

In the Form Builder module settings, add "MarkupCKEditor" to "Inputfield types to use with FormBuilder".

In your form settings, add a new field of type "Markup CKEditor". Enter the text you want to show in this field using "Markup Text" on the "Details" tab.

Screenshots

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http://modules.processwire.com/modules/inputfield-markup-ckeditor/
https://github.com/Toutouwai/InputfieldMarkupCKEditor

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Please add this module to the official module directory

Edited by cstevensjr
corrected spelling
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On 13/12/2017 at 2:07 PM, cstevensjr said:

Please add this module to the official module directory

The module has been approved for the directory now, and the link is in the first post.

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