bebr wrote:garvinhicking wrote:Sadly I myself don't use WYSIWYG editors, so I can't really tell how to do that.
The question is IMHO not related to the editor - as tinyMCE seems to read any available style into its menu - how do we make a (new) style available (like there are now serendipity_date .. _title .. _entry .. _admin .. _comment etc).
You can add a new style by editing the template's style.css file and inserting the CSS-Code for the style you want to have.
[/quote]IMHO "relative path to the 'tinymce' directory" is already quite obvious ..
Leaves open if it's a filesystem or URL path, if it starts and/or ends with a slash and if 'tinymce' should be added to the end. So an example would be helpful.
Ah, I found out the example was using a wrong 'basepath' because its variable was not declared global. I just fixed that so that the installation path should now be proper.