In my drupal 7 site under Configuration » Content authoring

The following are available: Filtered HTML Full Html Plain text PHP code

However, under Content authoring » CKEditor

Only the following profiles are available: Advanced - Filtered HTML Full - Full HTML

Plain text and the PHP one are missing. Is this normal? Why would this be the case? I am happy to uninstall modules or redo whatever I need to in order for this to be as it should be.

Also, should Filtered HTML and Plain text input formats be editable in the Content authoring section?

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  • Check permissions. – niksmac Feb 19 '13 at 3:04
  • Thanks, but I am logged in as an admin though @NikhilM – kine456 Feb 19 '13 at 3:08
  • admin with uid 1 ? – niksmac Feb 19 '13 at 3:09
  • uid 1? @NikhilM I am logged in as the first user created at the time of the site setup, if that's what you mean? – kine456 Feb 19 '13 at 3:19

I believe what you see is normal. In any case, having the WYSIWYG editor for Plain text would result in that the output would display the HTML source code. Using the WYSIWYG editor for PHP input format would probably reformat and destroy the PHP code.

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