codeigniter-ckeditor-filemanager

Codeigniter with CKEDITOR and FILEMANAGER

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Codeigniter 3 with CKEditor & Filemanager

Codeigniter with CKEDITOR and FILEMANAGER using session for authenctication

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Setup

Download Codeigniter , CKEDITOR , FILEMANAGER master file

Put CKEDITOR , FILEMANAGER in your Codeigniter files. For the example, i create assets directory.

Config 1

open your index.php CI file on root directory and modify some line

$application_folder = 'application';

to

$application_folder = dirname(__FILE__) . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . 'application';

and another line

$system_path = 'system';

to

$system_path = dirname(__FILE__) . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . 'system';

Config 2

open your filemanager->scripts directory, and copy filemanager.config.js.default to filemanager.config.js (remove .default)

Config 3

give authentication to access filemanager for security. i use session for this. open filemanager->connectors->php directory and open default.config.php

and then get session from CI with this code ( i set session with named upload_image_file_manager to access filemanager )

ob_start();
include('../../../../index.php');
ob_end_clean();
$CI =& get_instance();
$CI->load->driver('session');
if(@$_SESSION['upload_image_file_manager'] == TRUE){
    $codeigniterAuth = true;
} else {
    $codeigniterAuth = false;
}

modify auth from filemanager like this

function auth() {
  // You can insert your own code over here to check if the user is authorized.
  // If you use a session variable, you've got to start the session first (session_start())
  return $GLOBALS['codeigniterAuth'];
}

so we can conclude that we must have session named upload_image_file_manager to access filemanager

Config 4

and to using ckeditor & filemanager we can include the ckeditor.js

<script src="<?php echo base_url('assets/ckeditor/ckeditor.js'); ?>"></script>

and replace filebrowserImageBrowseUrl

 CKEDITOR.replace('editor1' ,{
        filebrowserImageBrowseUrl : '<?php echo base_url('assets/filemanager/index.html');?>'
    });

Let's try

for the example i create two page. first without session so when we access the upload image manager we will get notification that we not authorized to access it. and the second i give session named upload_image_file_manager so when we do the step before we can access file manager like upload files and take it to ckeditor textarea

Note !!

work only for Codeigniter 3, if you used Codeigniter 2 you should use native session PHP for authentication


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