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customizing WYSIWYG control

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  1. Samir
    Samir avatar
    14 posts
    12 May 2008
    11 Mar 2009
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    I have a custom stylesheet that controls the content of the div tag in a page. So if you are using the WYSIWYG editor to post content on the website for that particular div tag, the appearance of what you see in the editor is different that what you get in actual website. So for people who does not have much intuition about editing a website and are just posting on the site it creates confusion on their part. For example, i've changed how <h1>, <h2>, <h3>, <h4>, and <h5> should look like for our needs. However, when they apply these tag using WYSIWYG, appearance of these are different on the dropdown.
    So my question is, is there a way for me to edit WYSIWYG editor in sitefinity to apply the settings of my css file to it i.e. the WYSIWYG editor pulls off the settings off of the css file I create? Thanks in advance.
  2. Pepi
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    981 posts
    31 Jan 2017
    12 Mar 2009
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    Hello Developer,

    The solution is to enable Apply CSS Class dropdown of RadEditor. Thus, you could load the css classes available in the external css files. For more information on this matter refer to the following article: External CSS Files
    Please, specify which version of Sitefinity you are running to provide you with more details.

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