babrahams:editable-text-wysiwyg-bootstrap-3

v0.6.21Published last year

WYSIWYG extension for babrahams:editable-text package

This package provides a wysiwyg widget for editing text in-place. It is for apps that use bootstrap-3.

Example app: http://editable-text-demo.taonova.com

Example app repo: https://github.com/JackAdams/editable-text-demo

Minimal example app on meteorpad: http://meteorpad.com/pad/2YdGJmZ9LthGZaLao/editable-text-wysiwyg-bootstrap-3

Quick Start

If your project does not already use bootstrap-3 and fontawesome:

meteor add fortawesome:fontawesome
meteor add twbs:bootstrap-noglyph

This package requires fontawesome and bootstrap-3 to work, but the choice of the particular fontawesome and bootstrap-3 packages is left to the individual - they are not added automatically by this package. Once those are included in your project:

meteor add babrahams:editable-text-wysiwyg-bootstrap-3

You can then drop an editable text widget into any Blaze template with wysiwyg=true:

{{> editableText collection="posts" field="body" wysiwyg=true}}

where "posts" is the name of the mongo collection and "body" is the name of a document field for the posts collection.

collection and field are mandatory fields.

Note: The widget assumes that the data context is that of a single document from the posts collection (with _id value included).

You can also set the data context explicitly as follows:

{{> editableText context=singlePostDocument collection="posts" field="body"}}

where singlePostDocument can be a single post document already set in the current context, or provided by a template helper from the template that the widget was dropped into.

(You can use document, doc, object, obj, data or dataContext instead of context - go with whichever you prefer.)

Documentation

If you have wysiwyg=true, you can also set toolbarPosition=top (instead of the default which is at the bottom) and showToolbar=true (instead of the default where the toolbar is initially concealed).

Read the full documentation for the babrahams:editable-text package at https://github.com/JackAdams/meteor-editable-text.