Some time back, I promised another short article in the WYSIWYG set-up series for Drupal 7, one which covers BUEditor. First, we should note that the BUEditor is not actually “WYSIWYG”, but it offers some nice features which might make it a bit better than the WYSIWYG options, depending on your use case. It also does not integrate with the Wysiwyg module. You add it separately (and instead of Wysiwyg), but it does have some great supporting modules and code libraries. This article covers some of the basics about use and installation of the BUEditor on a Drupal 7 site (most of the information applies equally to Drupal 6, where the BUEditor module is also available). I’ve also got some good tips for some ways to extend the default button-set. (And you can download my modified button code here to easily import the buttons into a new editor profile.)
This article covers the configuration and use of IMCE (and related modules) to integrate uploading and inserting images within your Drupal content. We assume you are using either TinyMCE or CKEditor with the Wysiwyg integration module, but in a separate post we will cover using IMCE with the BUEditor, a simpler text editor which also works well with Drupal. Note: This article uses Drupal 7, but most of the tips should also be helpful if you are configuring a Drupal 6 site for the same functionality. Indeed, this site is still running on Drupal 6 and also uses a Wysiwyg-integrated CKEditor, IMCE, the Image resize filter, and Lightbox2.