New CKEditor plugin to expose 'anchor' functionality

The Fuel bundled 'fuellink' CKEditor plugin requires that the CKEditor 'link' plugin be disabled.

Unfortunately, the 'link' plugin supports both url links and anchors so with this plugin disabled, we get no ability to handle anchors.

I've published a new 'fuelanchor' plugin at https://github.com/croaker000/fuelanchor which addresses the problem. It's basically the original 'links' plugin, renamed, and the url link functionality removed so it plays nicely with our existing Fuel plugins.

Comments

  • edited 11:00AM
    Great. I think this has been updated in the develop branch already and will be in the next release.
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