Try this module. It's very usefull in document_page, in Knowledge module.
"You can replace the default editor to CKEditor (much more complete than default CLEditor) by installing the following module and changing the widget attribute to "ckeditor" instead "html" in the concerned view.
Then you'll have to add the "base64images" module to the CKEditor source in static folder of web_ckeditor module (/addons/web_ckeditor/static/lib/js/ckeditor). This modules allows you to upload an image and integrate it diretly in base64 format so you don't have to host it somewhere else.
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