I installed the CK editor on the front end of the website, not the admin. I guess there was a misunderstanding earlier. Yes, after looking closer I see the plugin you mentioned in the other post was to replace the TinyMCE editor in the admin.
Honestly, I'm not sure there's enough demand at this point for us to try to support other WYSIWYG editors in the admin. We'll have to discuss that. You could always talk to that plugin developer about adding support for Gravity Forms.
The forms icon/button was designed to work with the TinyMCE editor that comes with the default install of WordPress. If you want to use the other plugin, you'll still be able to add forms but you'll have to do it by adding the short codes manually. The correct format is below.
[gravityform id=XXX title=false description=false]
You'll need to replace XXX with the actual ID number of your form.
Posted 10 years ago on Sunday November 22, 2009 | Permalink