The CKEDITOR .config. height option sets the height of the editing area with CKEditor 4 content — it does not include the toolbar or the bottom bar. This configuration option accepts an integer (to denote a value in pixels) or any CSS-defined length unit except percent (%) values which are not supported.
CKEditor 5 no longer comes with a configuration setting to change its height . The height can be easily controlled with CSS. There is one tricky thing though, if you use the Classic Editor: <div id="editor1"></div>
Meaning, consider a such scenario where the editor's height needs to adjusted according to the viewport lets say. So the desired height needs to be calculated in the script. Is there any way to set the height from the script? afaik it was pretty simple with CKEditor 4. Cannot seem to work this out with CKEditor 5.
I have a project with multiple instances of ckeditor 3.1. I use jquery. How i can easy change for example the height of only one instance?Is there a way like:lkjlkjlkjlkj
Setting Editor Size Documentation The width and height of the classic editor can be customized to match its context and predicted usage. By default, the editor width equals the width of its container element in the page, while its height is set to 200 pixels.
Docs: Added section about styling CKEditor 5 component for Angular. Closes ckeditor /ckeditor5-angular#36 . Reinmar added this to the iteration 21 milestone Nov 8, 2018
The new toolbar utility, which you can find in your CKEditor 4 distribution package, makes configuring an accessible toolbar a breeze. It is the most recommended way to set up the editor toolbar .. You can use it to change the order of toolbar groups, select and deselect buttons, or break the toolbar into rows.
I am using ckeditor and want to customize the toolbar and text entering area as the gap between two sentences much. I am unable to find the toolbar .js or config.js where i should do the changes.. ...
Is it possible to add a line height button with the next values: default // remove line- height rule, use defaults 1 // just default m$ word options 1.5 2  // a text field, user could enter any value, e.g 1.2 or 20px I think this may have same internal problems as #5980 and you will have to mix inline styles?
Different toolbar items have different height . In general toolbar is 24px high, but toolbar with drop-down (format, font, size) is 23px size. because of this some toolbar items can jump to be stacked under toolbars with dropdowns (there's 1px more space for them there). All toolbars should be fixed to have the same height .