Apr 22, 2018

WYSIWYG super light editor with jQuery & Bootstrap

Yes! It is. Summernote is the super light WYSIWYG editor for the web. It supports most of the features tinyMCE or CKEditor does but with smallest Javascript & CSS files.

You can download Summernote from here. It is the official website for the same. It has very simple getting started tutorial. 

This is article will show you how to start with summernote and couple of fixes or plugin which you don't find on the official website.

Getting started:
If you want to download and start with, click here.
For CDN, place below snippet under head tag.

         


 
 





Now create a textarea and attach summernote to it.
 




$(document).ready(function(){
   $('#Description).summernote();
});

When you don't want to show/use all the buttons in the toolbar, then you can choose/define like below

$('#Description').summernote({toolbar: [
       // [groupName, [list of button]]
       ['style', ['bold', 'italic', 'underline', 'clear']],
       ['font', ['strikethrough', 'superscript', 'subscript']],
       ['fontsize', ['fontsize']],
       ['para', ['ul', 'ol', 'paragraph']],
       ['insert', ['picture', 'link', 'video', 'table', 'hr']]
     ]});

That's it! But, if you are using summernote in Bootstrap modal, then there is a small problem. Whenever you click on Image, Video or link buttons another modal opens up with the options and while closing the second modal it will close all the modals. Quick fix: You can add this line of code as option to summernote.

$('#Description').summernote({
  dialogsInBody: true,
  toolbar: [ 
    // toolbar code if needed
  ]
});

Summernote inserts base64 code (image data URL) for any image inserted. If you don't want to store image data URL in the text (as it will hold huge data), then you can use below code:

$('#Description').summernote({
  dialogsInBody: true,
  toolbar: [ 
    // toolbar code if needed
  ],
  callbacks: {
      onImageUpload: function(image) {
          uploadImage(image[0]);
      }
  }
});

function uploadImage(image) {
    var data = new FormData();
    data.append("file", image);
    $.ajax({
        url: SITE_URL + "admin/upload-image",
        cache: false,
        contentType: false,
        processData: false,
        data: data,
        type: "post",
        success: function(url) {
            var image = $('').attr('src', url);
            $('#Descrpition').summernote("insertNode", image[0]);
        },
        error: function(data) {
            //console.log(data);
        }
    });
}

PHP code to upload an image to any directory and return URL for the image:

if (isset($_FILES['file']['name'])) {
    if (! $_FILES['file']['error']) {
        $name = md5(rand(100, 200));
        $ext = pathinfo($_FILES['file']['name'], PATHINFO_EXTENSION);
        $filename = $name . '.' . $ext;
        $destination = $this->getMediaPath() . 'images/' . $filename;
        $location = $_FILES["file"]["tmp_name"];
        move_uploaded_file($location, $destination);
        echo 'media/images/' . $filename;
    } else {
        echo "Ooops!  Your upload triggered the following error:  " . $_FILES['file']['error'];
    }
}            

That's it...

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