CKEditor Samples List for ASP — CKEditor Sample
The ckeditor.asp file provides a wrapper to ease the work of creating CKEditor instances from classic Asp.
To use it, you must first include it into your page:
<!-- #INCLUDE file="../../ckeditor.asp" -->
Of course, you should adjust the path to make it point to the correct location, and maybe use a full path (with virtual="" instead of file="")
After that script is included, you can use it in different ways, based on the following pattern:
Create an instance of the CKEditor class:
set editor = New CKEditor
Set the path to the folder where CKEditor has been installed, by default it will use /ckeditor/
editor.basePath = "../../"
Now use one of the three main methods to create the CKEditor instances:
Before step 3 you can use a number of methods and properties to adjust the behavior of this class and the CKEditor instances
that will be created:
- returnOutput : if set to true, the functions won't dump the code with response.write, but instead they will return it so
you can do anything you want
- basePath: location of the CKEditor scripts
- initialized: if you set it to true, it means that you have already included the CKEditor.js file into the page and it
doesn't have to be generated again.
- textareaAttributes: You can set here a Dictionary object with the attributes that you want to output in the call to the "editor" method.
- config: Allows to set config values for all the instances from now on.
- instanceConfig: Allows to set config values just for the next instance.
- addEventHandler: Adds an event handler for all the instances from now on.
- addInstanceEventHandler: Adds an event handler just for the next instance.
- addGlobalEventHandler: Adds an event handler for the global CKEDITOR object.
- clearEventHandlers: Removes one or all the event handlers from all the instances from now on.
- clearInstanceEventHandlers: Removes one or all the event handlers from the next instance.
- clearGlobalEventHandlers: Removes one or all the event handlers from the global CKEDITOR object.