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    Default Is Tiny MCE still the best? and looking for a good Login Script

    Years ago Tiny MCE was considered the best WYSIWYG editor but it is anything but tiny. Does anyone know what is the best WYSIWYG editor these days? It is so that people submitting events to a free community events calendar can use html to format their posting.

    Also, I'm considering adding a login script to the calendar so that events posters can come back and edit their events themselves. Does anyone know of a good open source script that registers users by sending an email verification on the signup and for lost password? I've been out of the business for a while so am not really up on the latest greatest. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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    I think you should take a look at CKEditor

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    I tried the demo and liked it. I then downloaded Ckeditor5, followed the installation instructions, and it didn't work. Only bold and italic and heading worked. Insert images did NOT work. Even increase indent did not work.

    I inserted this line in the <head> section...
    Code:
    <script src="/ckeditor5/ckeditor.js"></script>
    Then I inserted the following in the html where I wanted the editor...

    Code:
    <div id="editor"><textarea rows="14" name="description" cols="75" class="description" align="right" ></textarea></div>
    Code:
    <script>
            ClassicEditor
                .create( document.querySelector( '#editor' ) )
                .catch( error => {
                    console.error( error );
                } );
        </script>
    What did I do wrong? It doesn't work. Thanks in advance for your feedback.

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