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Custom CSS in editor drop down

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  1. Devubha
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    17 Apr 2010
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    hi
    i have one problem i download library css file but how can i map with sitefinity
  2. Ivan Dimitrov
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    18 Apr 2010
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    Hi Devubha,

    Here are the links that show how to add css classes to RadEditor control

    Introduction to Toolbars
    Using the ToolsFile.xml
    CSS Styles
    External CSS Files

    In the previous posts I explained how to do this in Sitefinity( using the same ways as described in the links above). If there are any further questions, let me know.

    Sincerely yours,
    Ivan Dimitrov
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  3. Scott Rozman
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    27 Sep 2010
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    We've just been playing around with this today and wanted to link to a central location (separate domain) for the CSS file referenced in the CssFiles section of the XML file. This does not seem possible.
    Ivan, thanks for the example video. I was wondering about caching issues etc., but I could clearly see that I should be able to change the settings and they'll be picked up right away.

    I'm posting this in case it hangs up someone else.

    We were hoping to hotlink to the CSS, so we can update in a single location for multiple Sitefinity websites that all use the same set of styles.
  4. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hi Scott Rozman,

    EditorCssFile property can be set only for the current application. The property expects a file from the project that is currently loaded. RadEditor resolves the EditorCssFile value based on the System.Web.HttpContext.Current.Request.ApplicationPath;

    Greetings,
    Ivan Dimitrov
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