techdivision/ckstyles

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composer require techdivision/ckstyles

Neos package which enables you adding your custom style classes for the CkEditor with a simple Yaml configuration

v1.2.0

Neos package which enables you adding your custom style classes for the CkEditor with a simple Yaml configuration

Homepage
https://www.techdivision.com
Version
v1.2.0
Type
neos-plugin
Release Date
22.07.2021 08:20:59
Source
git
Distribution
zip
Requires
Requires (dev)
None
Suggest
None
Provides
None
Conflicts
None
Replaces
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GPL-3.0+
  • #flow
  • #wysiwyg
  • #ckeditor
  • #classes
  • #inline
  • #neos
  • #editing
  • #styling
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TechDivision.CkStyles

This package allows to add different styles based on your css-classes for the CkEditor in Neos.
You can define the classes in you yaml configuration.
Styles can be applied both on block- and element level.

Demo: Applying inline style

Example output:

Example output

<p class="my-class-indent-2">
  This is an 
  <span class="my-class-size-large">awesome</span> 
  inline editable 
  <span class="my-class-red">text with some custom</span> 
  styling :)
</p>

Benefits

In most projects there are requirements that you cannot achieve with tags alone and you need classes under editorial control - e.g. if you want to highlight some text with font size but don't use a headline for SEO reasons or want to add an icon, adjust the font color ...

Getting started

Default composer installation

composer require techdivision/ckstyles

Define some global presets for usage in different NodeTypes:

TechDivision:
  CkStyles:
    InlineStyles:
      presets:
        'fontColor':
          label: 'Font color'
          options:
            'primary':
              label: 'Red'
              cssClass: 'my-class-red'
            'secondary':
              label: 'Green'
              cssClass: 'my-class-green'
        'fontSize':
          label: 'Font size'
          options:
            'small':
              label: 'Small'
              cssClass: 'my-class-size-small'
            'big':
              label: 'Large'
              cssClass: 'my-class-size-large'
    BlockStyles:
      presets:
        'indent':
          label: 'Indentation'
          options:
            'primary':
              label: '2 rem'
              cssClass: 'my-class-indent-2'
            'secondary':
              label: '4 rem'
              cssClass: 'my-class-indent-4'

Example: Configuration/Settings.yaml

What values are allowed for cssClass?

  • Not null Using an empty class (cssClass: null) to unset the value might cause errors during rendering in the backend. The select boxes of this package contain an "x" button for resetting the value.
  • You can add multiple classes by separating them with a whitespace. e.g. "btn btn-primary" -- Caution There is a known issue for block styles when using two options when one contains the other. e.g. "color-red" and "color-red bold". Please try to avoid this for block styles.

Activate the preset for your inline editable NodeType property:

'Neos.NodeTypes.BaseMixins:TextMixin':
  abstract: true
  properties:
    text:
      ui:
        inline:
          editorOptions:
            inlineStyling:
              fontColor: true
              fontSize: true
            blockStyling:
              indent: true

Example: Configuration/NodeTypes.Override.BaseMixins.yaml

Add the styling for your presets in your scss, less or css:

.my-class-red {
  color: red;
}
.my-class-green {
  color: green;
}
.my-class-size-small {
  font-size: 10px;
}
.my-class-size-large {
  font-size: 25px;
}
.my-class-indent-2 {
  text-indent: 2rem;
}
.my-class-indent-4 {
  text-indent: 4rem;
}

Development

This project works with yarn. The build process given by the neos developers is not very configurable, only the target dir for the buildprocess is adjustable by package.json.

nvm install

If you don't have yarn already installed:

brew install yarn

Build the app:

./build.sh

Contribute

You are very welcome to contribute by merge requests, adding issues etc.

Thank you 🤝 Sebastian Kurfürst for the great workshop which helped us implementing this.

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