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This is code that's automatically generated if you insert an image using B2evolution. You can also add it manually to a post.
You might want to adjust the class. You can even use an ID. That's done in the settings of the plugin. You can even add several classes or ID's and it will cater for all of them.
Several images in this blog work with the plugin. You can click all images for a full scale version. That's done with the jQuery lightbox plugin. They work beautifully together.
The plugin is tested in Firefox 3, Opera and Internet Explorer 7.
All these buttons are usable, but 'll need to configure a few of them. It's even possible to upload images/files. For the rest it has all text edit optons like (obvious) bold Italic and colour. Oh, that's backgroundcolour, it has that also. You can more or less easily add links like this one to the website of FCKeditor. Let me add an image:
I also added the little brother of this monster to the Comment textarea, so do write me a comment. That one is actually to small, so I'll have to invent a medium. Luckily that's rather easy with the FCKeditor. Which buttons do you want for the comments?
Like I wrote in the B2evofoums, this is a work in progress. But do try it out and let me know what you want to see adjusted. I'll add it to BOPIT, so you can easily track new versions.
I made some settings to allow it in a smaller bPost column than intended, so if it looks elongated beyond nice, do change that setting.
Interesting link: p4wn.sourceforge.net/ with information and some of the history of the file.
When hovered with the mouse:
Play with the USER TOOLS next to this article. After you install the plugn the way you would install any other plugin, you wander to the widget settings (via Blog settings) of the widget you want to collapse. There you add "dropdown" to the field "CSS Class". That's all there is to it. You can enable this with as many widgets on a blog as you would like. This is how the settings look:
download: jquery_dropdown_plugin-1.1.zip Have fun
Download: filter_comments_plugin.zip View the code on sourceforge.net - evocms/plugins You can also download from the Sourceforge.net evocms-plugins repositories
Download resize_admin_textarea_plugin-0.1.zip DISCONTINUED Link to B2evolution forum post UPDATE A new version that provides a draggable bar under the textarea to change the size is now available. Download resize_admin_textarea_plugin-0.4.zip The very latest verion 0.4 combines the goodies, you can set a default as well as drag the textarea to fine tune.
When you subscribe to Google Analytics you get a snippet of code that goes at the bottom of the page. At teh moment there is a deprecates snippet and a new one. Of course the plugin uses the new one. This is how it looks:
You will need to copy/paste the pageTracker code. Formerly known as _uacct, but the code didn't change. In this code it's UA-1234567-1. You add that to the setting of the plugin:
Link to B2evolution forum post
View the source at Sourceforge.net evocms-plugins
Download at Sourceforge.net evocms-plugins repostiories