How to create custom TinyMCE configurations May 21, 2011 / Updated: Dec 25, 2014
- In the root plugins folder create a new folder called tinymce4
- Inside the new tinymce4 folder create a new folder called config
- Go to zp-core/zp-extensions/tinymce4/config and copy any or all of the existing config files to get you started.
- Note there are slight differences between config files for gallery items, Zenpage CMS items and comments.
- Place the copied files in your new /plugins/tinymce4/config/ folder
- Rename your copied config file(s) to something unique for each file, e.g. add a prefix like "my_" or anything else you wish to use.
- Make any further edits you wish to make within the config file.
- If you want to use your own CSS file for the editor, replace
the existing content_css parameter or add a new one in the
content_css : "<?php echo FULLWEBPATH; ?>/themes/yourthemename/content.css", <- make sure you have the comma at the end unless your parameter is the last one. The css can of course be located elsewhere like in the /plugins folder
- Create your own content.css file in your theme folder and place that in your theme folder and then edit it to your desired requirements and styles.
- Upload the new tinymce4 folder (and its contents) in the plugins directory and your new theme content.css file to your zenphoto site.
- Login to your zenphoto admin and go to Options > Plugins > tinymce4 and select from the drop down your new tinymce4 config files and apply (save).
For more information of config options for tiny_mce go to http://www.tinymce.com and have a look at some of the examples to see what you can do: http://www.tinymce.com/wiki.php/TinyMCE
1.4.5 and earlier included TinyMCE version
There the folder must be tiny_mce. The js file was named tiny_mce.js.
Older documentation: http://www.tinymce.com/wiki.php/TinyMCE3x:TinyMCE_3.x
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