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I'm using Drupal 7 with CKEditor module which permit to insert smiley from editor. I've found that the source code of CKEditor fix the smiley description in JS :

config.smiley_descriptions = [
    'smiley', 'sad', 'wink', 'laugh', 'frown', 'cheeky', 'blush', 'surprise',
    'indecision', 'angry', 'angel', 'cool', 'devil', 'crying', 'enlightened', 'no',
    'yes', 'heart', 'broken heart', 'kiss', 'mail'
];

So when I insert a smiley, the code will be

<img alt="laugh" height="23" src="//cdn.ckeditor.com/4.4.3/full-all/plugins/smiley/images/teeth_smile.png" title="laugh" width="23">

But I want to modify the language of alt and title attributs according to the language used in my site. Is it possible to do that? Thanks in advance.

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  • Did you finally work it out? Dec 14 '14 at 18:56
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Never tried but I'm pretty sure that's possible.

If you use the ckeditor module, you can alter JS settings through PHP with hook_ckeditor_settings_alter.

Knowing that, it becomes pretty easy to wrap all strings with the t() function:

function yourmodule_ckeditor_settings_alter(&$settings, $conf) {
  foreach ($settings['smiley_descriptions'] as $key => $smiley) {
    $settings['smiley_descriptions'][$key] = t($settings['smiley_descriptions'][$key]);
  }
}

If you use the wysiwyg_ckeditor module, you can use hook_wysiwyg_plugin. That's pretty much the same thing, you can find a pretty good example on how to use this hook here.

Again, the code hasn't been tested, but it should be a good starting point ;).

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