CK Editor

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If you've used Isidore, you've most likely seen the CK Editor. The CK Editor is also known as the HTML editor or the WYSIWYG editor. It allows you to format text, insert HTML objects, and embed images and multimedia.

CK Editor

CK Editor Functions

The sections below show different functions available in the CK Editor. Click on the links for more information.

Row 1:

CK Editor with row 1 outlined
scissors
Cut
back arrow
Undo
Remove format
Remove format
templates
Templates
clipboard
Copy
forward arrow
Redo
Text with right arrow
Text direction from left to right
source
Source
clipboard
Paste
magnifying glass
Find
Text with left arrow
Text direction from right to left
clipboard with w
Paste from Word
replace
Replace
expand
Maximize
clipboard with t
Paste as plain text
select all
Select all
show blocks
Show blocks



Row 2:

CK Editor with row 2 outlined


Left.jpg
Align left
numbers
Numbered list
blockquote
Block quote
unlink
Unlink
warpwire
Warpwire
formula
WIRIS editor
Center.jpg
Center
bullets
Bulleted list
table
Table
flag
Anchor
film reel
Movie
font awesome
Font awesome
Right.jpg
Align right
left arrow
Decrease indent
horizontal line
Horizontal line
picture
Image
audio recorder
Audio
smiley face
Smiley
justify
Justify
right arrow
Increase indent
link
Link
YouTube
YouTube
symbol
Special character

Row 3:

CK Editor with row 3 outlined


bold
Bold
subscript
Subscript
styles menu
Formatting styles
text
Text Color
italic
Italic
superscript
Superscript
formatting menu
Paragraph format
background
Background color
underline
Underline
font
Font name
Accessibility Checker icon
Accessibility checker
strikethrough
Strikethrough
size
Font size

CK Editor Templates

The Office of E-Learning has created some templates for you to use in your Isidore courses. These templates may be used anywhere the CK Editor is available.

To access templates:

  1. Navigate to a tool that utilizes the CK Editor.
  2. Click on the Templates button.
  3. Select the template you wish to use by clicking on it.
  4. Edit the text within the CK Editor. If there's a template with an image, you can upload your own image by double clicking on the silhouette.
  5. When you’re done editing, click on the Save button

Example Templates

View example templates