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I'm developing a fieldtype add-on and within the fieldtype, I would like to include the option to let users choose Wygwam as the text element, if they have it installed.

Is there some sort of a "build" method in Wygwam I can use within my fieldtype? Similar to the way the native RTE has the following, which you can use to initialize and assign it to text areas:

ee()->rte_lib->build_js(0, '.textarea_class', NULL, TRUE);

Anyone know if Wygwam has something similar, or anyone have experience in using Wygwam within their own fieldtype?

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I've done it before. Take a look at the display_field method of ft.wygwam.php. You'll see that it's fairly simple to instantiate a WYGWAM field. A few calls to the Wygwam_Helper class to load the JS/CSS. There are also some helpers for properly formatting the data. You'll need a textarea with an id, and also the ID number of a WYGWAM config. I don't want to replicate their code here, since it's proprietary, but this should send you in the right direction.

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  • Cool. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction. – pseudoclass Nov 6 '13 at 10:26
  • I was able to get this to work using the following lines: require_once(PATH_THIRD . 'wygwam/ft.wygwam.php'); $wyg = new Wygwam_ft(); $wyg->_init(array('field_name' => 'field_id_85', 'settings' => array('config' => 1, 'defer' => 'y'))); $wyg->display_field($text); – WOUNDEDStevenJones Aug 9 '17 at 21:18

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