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Enable the XStandard Lite 2.0 Editor in Joomla!

When you install Joomla! you are initially given two options for your default editor, either 'No Editor' or 'TinyMCE', but your standard Joomla! installation has a third option as well. This mini tutorial will show you how to enable, and configure the XStandard Lite 2.0 WYSIWYG content editor.

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Configure the TinyMCE Editor in Joomla!

If you are looking for more (or missing) functionality from your TinyMCE editor in Joomla! this might be the information you are looking for.

I have worked on a few different versions of Joomla! and when I installed the most recent version for this website, I noticed that when I went to add or edit an article, there were only a few toolbar buttons in my WYSIWYG (TinyMCE) editor. On other installations there were four rows of buttons, but this one only had 2, and I was missing alot of the functions that I use frequently. Luckily I found that this was just a configuration setting and is easy to change using the Joomla! Administration pages.

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Add Article Title to the Read More Link

This tutorial will guide you through the steps used to add the Article title to the Read More... link that is displayed in the Joomla! Front Page, Category and Section Blog Layout.

You will need to be able to access the file system which houses your Joomla! web site in order to complete this tutorial.

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I know it has been some time since I have updated the content on this website, I apologize for my absence, but I plan on adding more content very soon.

I'm still here, and I promise you will see more content coming soon!

 
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