CKEditor for ASP.NET 3.5.3 Released!

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We would like to announce the release of CKEditor for ASP.NET 3.5.3, the latest version of the official CKEditor integration for the .NET environment. This is a maintenance release that updates CKEditor to version 3.5.3 and fixes a couple of issues that occurred in the previous version of the CKEditor .NET control.

CKEditor Updated to Version 3.5.3

The latest CKEditor release in itself brings numerous improvements and a few new features, such as an important workaround for a nasty WebKit bug that prevented styling of empty elements in Safari and Chrome. Note that CKEditor 3.5.3 is now fully compatible with the final release versions of both Firefox 4 and Internet Explorer 9.

CKEditor for ASP.NET Control Changes

In the new version of the ASP.NET control the compatibility with Microsoft Ajax library was improved, including better support for MultiView controls. It is now also possible to set the CKEditor control configuration options inside the master page. A few improvements in the entities support fix the problem with missing HTML encoding for the WYSIWYG mode. The configuration options that were not correctly escaped (like the toolbar settings) can now be properly set. Last but not least, this release fixes a couple of issues with toggling the visible status of the editor.

Download

Visit the CKEditor download page to download the CKEditor for ASP.NET Control as well as the latest CKEditor release.

Reporting Issues

We will be thankful for all feedback regarding the ASP.NET integration of CKEditor as well as any suggestions on how to further improve it. Please use the CKEditor development web site to report issues and suggestions through tickets. Use the contact form from our website to send your questions and comments.

Support

Community support is available through our forums. Visit the support page for additional options.

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  1. Anonymous's picture

    Anonymous

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    setData method doesn't work.

  2. Could you possibly use our Development site to file a ticket and give more details about what exactly does not work, with some sample code etc.? This should make it easier to track the problem. Thanks!

  3. James's picture

    James

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    I'm having the same issue with mine.  I"m running on 4.0 and it works locally but it won't show the buttons on the site itself.

  4. krunal's picture

    krunal

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    Hi i have the same problem.

    i am using CKEDITOR in my project. it woks fine on local but when i upload it to my hosting site it is not working.

    if u find the solution then please share it.
    i dont know what is the exact problem is. please do some needful. any solution is appreciated.

    thanks,
    krunal

  5. Kamal's picture

    Kamal

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    Hi,

    I am using latest release of CKEditor for .Net, My application is in .Net 4.0 framework, CKEditor is fully working on My local machine byt when I am doing same on my live server. It's not loading ther. Could you tell me what would be the possible cause of not loading?

  6. Blog comments are not the best place to seek support :)

    You can either discuss it on the community forum (search whether previous reports on this issue already exist first) or if you feel that you found a bug, file a ticket on the Development site. Thanks!

    By the way, there is also the new version of the CKEditor ASP.NET control available. You may want to upgrade first to see whether the problem persists.

  7. Anonymous's picture

    Anonymous

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    Hi,

    I recently deployed the project on Client's machine, wh only had .Net framework installed, and not the complete Visual Studio, when he ran the site the CKEDITOR did not load and instead only simple textbox got displayed. After doing lot of R&D i noticed that it worked fine on my machine as i had VS installed but on machines where only framework is installed its not loading correctly.

    Can someone pleaseeeeee tell me what i can do to get it working....

  8. Blog comments are definitely *not* the best place to seek support. Use the community forum for that, please.

  9. Nate Dunham's picture

    Nate Dunham

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    Thanks for the update! Currently I am using latest release of CKEditor :)