Best Practices WYSIWYG with inline image handling

Conference, Camp, or DUG: 
DrupalCon Munich
Aug 23rd, 2012

I’d like to share with you a best-practice approach for setting up a secure, usable WYSIWYG editor in Drupal 7. I'll walk through all the necessary steps, and explain each layer of the Drupal content rendering system to help you get a solid grasp of what's actually going on. I'll also demonstrate several techniques for embedding images into your content using Drupal's built-in image styles, and even captions.

The session starts with stock Drupal and ends with a working WYSIWYG editor with inline image handling done in two different ways. It's definitely not a comprehensive overview, but does cover several approaches in great detail - one step at a time.

The modules I’ll be demonstrating include:

There's a lot to cover, but come see all the awesome things you can do in WYSIWYG that don't involve installing the Media module, yet. We'll also talk about the state of Media and when it's the right time to take the plunge.

Configuring WYSIWYG editors in Drupal is now more complicated than ever. Don't spend your time pulling your hair out, banging your head against your keyboard, and frantically googling for instructions on how to get everything to work nicely together. Instead, come to my session!






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