Customising CK Editor

Customising CK Editor

  

I want to remove this toolbar.. How to do it?


Solution

Hi Ananth,

You will need to use the CKEditor config:

https://ckeditor.com/old/forums/CKEditor-3.x/Disabling-Elements-Path-Display

Remove remove the 'elementspath' plugin:

config.removePlugins = 'elementspath' ;


More info:

https://docs.ckeditor.com/ckeditor4/latest/guide/dev_howtos_basic_configuration.html


Hope it helps you!

Best regards.

Solution

Hi Ananth,


 Try to look into the HTML of the page! Then look at the widget and see if you find the element name, then use css to hide it!

Daniel Martins wrote:

Hi Ananth,

You will need to use the CKEditor config:

https://ckeditor.com/old/forums/CKEditor-3.x/Disabling-Elements-Path-Display

Remove remove the 'elementspath' plugin:

config.removePlugins = 'elementspath' ;


More info:

https://docs.ckeditor.com/ckeditor4/latest/guide/dev_howtos_basic_configuration.html


Hope it helps you!

Best regards.

Hi Daniel,

Can you please tell me where I should add this?

config.removePlugins = 'elementspath' ;



Hi,

Please check Demo of the CKEditor forge component:

https://www.outsystems.com/forge/component/97/ckeditor/

You have there config's as example:


Just add:

removePlugins: 'elementsparth',


Best regards,

Daniel Martins

Daniel Martins wrote:

Hi,

Please check Demo of the CKEditor forge component:

https://www.outsystems.com/forge/component/97/ckeditor/

You have there config's as example:


Just add:

removePlugins: 'elementsparth',


Best regards,

Daniel Martins


Thanks a lot Daniel.. It worked :-)

Hi guys,

 The answer given above, by me,

 "Try to look into the HTML of the page! Then look at the widget and see if you find the element name, then use css to hide it!"

Is not correct! Ignore it :)