I found this blog -- customizing rich text editor, but what I don't understand is the part where the author writes

Set the PrefixStyleSheet-Property of the RichHtmlField. The classname has to be lowercase!

<PublishingWebControls:RichHtmlField id="Content" FieldName="PublishingPageContent" runat="server" PrefixStyleSheet="my-style-must-be-lowercase"/>

Where would I insert the above code? In the masterpage? Pagelayout?


It seems that RichHtmlField uses it's own css classes, it has it's own default, and you can change it to your own by adding a prefix to css class name, thus if original class name were for example - RTE-Normal-1, with prefix it will be YourPrefix-Normal-1. You can check class names in page source.

To add this property for RichHtmlField you need to edit Page Layout, where you want to brand RichHtmlField.

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