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How to Add Accessibility Checker to TinyMCE


TinyMCE offers an accessibility checker plugin, but Episerver doesn't seem to recognize it. Instead, it shows an error saying that the "a11ychecker" plugin failed to load.

context.Services.Configure<TinyMceConfiguration>(config =>

Is this a bug in Episerver, or is there another way to add the a11ycheck button to the toolbar?

Apr 30, 2019 18:30

It seems that the accessibility checker plugin is a premium (non-free) feature. It would be nice, though, if it were possible for Episerver to reach some kind of license agreement with TinyMCE, or at least allow the use of premium plugins if the user has purchased a TinyMCE subscription.

Apr 30, 2019 19:19

You can buy it yourself and add it. Haven't tried that specific plugin but it's supposed to work with any plugin.

Apr 30, 2019 21:32
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