January 2009

Drupal with Wysiwyg and Popups and TinyMCE

Our Drupal site uses the Popups module to show a form containing text areas that our client want to use a wysiwyg editor. We are doing this using the Wysiwyg module, which in turn hooks in one of the popular rich-text editor packages, in our case TinyMCE. With a little additional effort we have managed to get TinyMCE to kick in and make the text areas wysiwygified—but only the first time the form is shown; subsequent pop-up forms have the Wysiwyg module’s additions, but not TinyMCE’s. Read more