RAD Editor for SharePoint 2010 Custom CSS

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  1. Platinum
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    Jan 2008

    Posted 29 Jul 2014 Link to this post


    As per the RADEditor configuration listed in the website.

    I have removed the following below from the toolsfile.xml

            <class name="Clear Class" value="" />
            <class name="Normal" value=".ms-rteStyle-Normal" />
            <class name="Highlight" value=".ms-rteStyle-Highlight" />
            <class name="By Line" value=".ms-rteStyle-Byline" />
            <class name="Tag Line" value=".rteStyle-Tagline" />
            <class name="Comment" value=".ms-rteStyle-Comment" />
            <class name="References" value=".ms-rteStyle-References" />
            <class name="Caption" value=".ms-rteStyle-Caption" /> 

     If i add a new class to the   toolsfile.xml as below

            <class name="Clear Class" value="" />
            <class name="Table class" value=".tablecustom" />        

    The new class added .tablecustom is not shown in the editor. Why is it so ?. Is there any other configuration needed to be done ?

  2. Ianko
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    1507 posts

    Posted 29 Jul 2014 Link to this post


    The CssClasses populated in the Apply Css Class tool are greatly depended on the configuration of the CssFiles collection.

    When a class name is set to the CssClasses collection, but does not exist in any of the CSS files set as CssFile item in the CssFiles collection, it will not show.

    What you need is to ensure that this class name exists in at least one CSS files intended for the CssFiles collection, so that you can succesfully use it the Apply Css Class tool.

    More details about the usage of this functionality can be examined in this help article.


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