Note: This documentation is for the stand-alone version (EPiServer.CMS.TinyMce) of the TinyMCE add-on only. The documentation for the legacy version in CMS 10 and lower can be found here.
Note: Optimizely supports TinyMCE version 4. See the TinyMCE website for information on how to create the client-side code of a TinyMCE plugin.
This section describes how to configure the TinyMCE editor 2.0 and higher. It also covers how to add your own plugins, overriding the default settings, tips for using TinyMCE on your template page and so on.
In CMS 11, the TinyMCE editor and related plugin configuration features were moved into a separate NuGet package as an add-on with its own versioning number and breaking changes.
From version 2.0, you can no longer customize the TinyMCE editor from the CMS admin view. All changes are done through code.
Topics in this section
- Default settings
- Property configuration
- Configuration API
- Custom style formats and localizing style sheets
- Plug-ins (including Using TinyMCE on your template pages)
Last updated: Aug 23, 2018