CKEditor is my favorite WYSIWYG for Drupal. Installing it used to be a pain. I downloaded the module, then the library, uploaded both to my site via FTP, enabled the module, and then cleared cache. The library's fairly large, so downloading it took the longest.
Here's the new and improved workflow with Drush, no other tools needed:
- drush dl ckeditor - This downloads the module.
- drush en -y ckeditor - This enables the module. If you skip this step, the next one won't work.
- drush ckeditor-download - This downloads the library.
- drush cc all - This clears cache on your site.
You should now see the editor when editing the Body field, and any others with an input format associated with a CKEditor profile (see admin/config/content/ckeditor if you're having problems).
Posted on June 17, 2012 at 2:55pm