TinyMCE

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TinyMCE
Developer(s) Tiny Technologies Inc.
Stable release
6.8.2 [1] / 11 December 2023;11 days ago (11 December 2023)
Repository
Written in TypeScript
Operating system Cross-platform
Type HTML editor
License MIT License
Website www.tiny.cloud

TinyMCE is an online rich-text editor released as open-source software under the MIT License. [2] It converts HTML textarea fields, or other designated HTML elements, into editor instances.

Contents

TinyMCE is designed to integrate with JavaScript libraries such as React, Vue.js, AngularJS and Bootstrap as well as content management systems such as Joomla!, and WordPress. [3]

Browser compatibility

TinyMCE is compatible with the following browsers

It is compatible with these browsers on any operating system that officially supports the particular browser. [4]

As of version 6.0, released 2022-03-03, support for Internet Explorer was dropped. [5]

API

TinyMCE includes an extensive API for custom integration. [6]

Plugins

TinyMCE uses plugins extensively.

In versions 5 and 6 both basic and some advanced functionality is provided by open source plugins.

Both versions also have many proprietary plugins, available only by paid subscription, for further functionality.

Free and open source plugins

TinyMCE 5 ships with 41 open source plugins [7] including:

TinyMCE 6 ships with 30 open source plugins [8] including:

The number of shipped open source plugins differs between versions 5 and 6 because

Proprietary plugins

There are 18 proprietary plugins, only available from Tiny with a paid subscription, for TinyMCE 5 [12] including:

There are 27 proprietary plugins, only available from Tiny with a paid subscription, for TinyMCE 6 [13] including:

File management

TinyMCE is primarily a client-side application. It, consequently, does not include native file managers for various server technologies.

Multiple file manager solutions have been produced, including several open source file manager solutions, and at least two proprietary projects, developed by Tiny Technologies and EdSDK.

None of the open source file managers are still being developed or maintained and they are all incompatible with currently supported versions of TinyMCE.

Free and open source file managers

Open source file managers for use with TinyMCE
ProjectDescriptionCompatibilityNotes
Open ManagerAn Ajax file uploader and image gallery pluginTinyMCE 3.xThe original developer closed this project some years ago and does not recommend it be used in production. [14] No others have forked and updated the code-base.
TinyBrowserFile manager featuring multiple file upload support.TinyMCE 3.xThe uploader requires the, now deprecated, Adobe Flash. [15] Also, this project has not been updated since 2011. [16]
TinyCIMMTinyMCE CodeIgniter Media Manager: a plugin for both TinyMCE and CodeIgniter, which allows image and media file management from within TinyMCE.TinyMCE 3.xThe announcement page for this project is a, now-archived, ExpressionEngine CMS forum page. [17] Also, the demo and download page, as of 2023-02-02, returns a 404 error. [18]
IMCEAn image and file uploader and browser for rich text editors that supports personal directories and quotas.TinyMCE 3.xBeing actively developed as of 2023-02 but no further updates to TinyMCE support and no support for versions of TinyMCE beyond 3.x. [19]
PDW Media BrowserA media browser with a Windows 7-style user interface.TinyMCE 3.xNo longer being actively developed [20] and no longer available from the original developer's site because 'it isn't safe to use anymore.' [21]
Responsive File ManagerA file manager and image manager made with the jQuery library, CSS3, PHP and HTML5.TinyMCE 5.x, [22] TinyMCE 4.x, and TinyMCE 3.xReleased under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License which requires a payment to the author for use in a commercial project or setting. [23]

Proprietary file managers

Proprietary file managers for use with TinyMCE
ProjectDescriptionCompatibilityNotes
FlmngrPHP File Manager with Image Editor and Amazon S3 and Azure Blob support.TinyMCE 6.x, TinyMCE 5.x, and TinyMCE 4.x. [24] Free for one website with up to 15 end-users. Requires a paid subscription or paid license for more features or more sites and users. [25]
MoxieManagerFile and image management for TinyMCE.TinyMCE 6.x [26] and TinyMCE 5.x. [27] Requires a commercial TinyMCE subscription. [28] Only provided for self-hosted TinyMCE instances. [29]

Third-party TinyMCE plugins

Third-party TinyMCE plugins
NameDescriptionCompatibilityNotes
After the deadlineA spelling, style, and grammar checking software service with a TinyMCE plugin.TinyMCE 3.x. [30] After the Deadline (AtD) is no longer actively maintained and the hosted service has shut down. The source code is available to self-host an AtD server. [31]
Bootstrap plugin for TinyMCEUse Bootstrap components and CSS in TinyMCE [32] TinyMCE 5.x (using Bootstrap 4) and TinyMCE 6.x (using Bootstrap 5) [33] Requires a paid license for use. [34]
CodeMirrorA code editor web component, [35] available as (among other things) a TinyMCE plugin. [36] TinyMCE 4.x, TinyMCE 5.x, and TinyMCE 6.x. [37] Released under the open source MIT License. [38]
N1EDVisual editor for block-by-block content creation. [39] TinyMCE 4.x, TinyMCE 5.x, and TinyMCE 6.x. [40] Base editor is free for one site and up to five users. Requires a paid subscription for premium features, multiple sites, and more users. [41]
PDW Toggle ToolbarsShows and hides TinyMCE toolbars. [42] TinyMCE 4.x. [43] No specific licence. The source includes boilerplate permissions copied from the MIT Licence. [44]
TextareaAI ChatGPT pluginChatGPT copywriting plugin

for TinyMCE. [45]

TinyMCE 4.x, TinyMCE 5.x, and TinyMCE 6.x. [46] Free for the first 2,500 words generated by a query to the ChatGPT API. Requires a paid subscription or paid license for more words and users. [47]
TinyMCE 6.x ChatGPT PluginIntegrates ChatGPT into TinyMCE. [48] TinyMCE 6.x [49] Released under the open source MIT License. [50]

Language support

Product support

Community peer-to-peer support for TinyMCE is available on platforms such as GitHub and Stack Overflow. Product support is available when purchasing any subscription with TinyMCE.

Official support for TinyMCE 5.10 (the last version 5 release) ended on 2023-04-20. [53]

Themes and skins

In TinyMCE, themes and skins refer to different aspects of the editor. A theme relates to the editor's construction, while a skin make changes to the appearance of the editor.

In TinyMCE 5.x, the default theme is called Silver, [54] and the default skin is called Oxide. [55]

In TinyMCE 6.x the default theme is also called Silver, [56] and the default skin is also called Oxide. [57]

Skins for TinyMCE 5 or 6 can be created and customized with TinyMCE's interactive skin tool. [58]

In Version 4 of TinyMCE, the first skin tool was created and more skins were made available in the skin/plugin repository.

TinyMCE 2.x->3.x offered various ways to customize the look and feel of the editor. TinyMCE 3.x came packaged with two themes, simple and advanced, as well as 2 skins for each theme, default and o2k7.

Compressor

TinyMCE also has an optional compressor pack to reduce the overall script download footprint, in the time it takes the script to initialize. The compressor pack is available for PHP, ASPX, JSP, and CFM. A third-party Ruby on Rails compressor pack is also available. [59]

History

TinyMCE was spun out of a content management system developed by Johan “Spocke” Sorlin and Joakim Lindkvist from their original content management system, Moxiecode Content Editor, [60] in 2004.

Release history

Legend:Old version, not maintainedOlder version, still maintainedCurrent stable versionLatest preview versionFuture release
VersionRelease DateNotes
Old version, no longer maintained: 1.0March 11, 2004 [61]
Old version, no longer maintained: 1.1May 26, 2004 [62]
Old version, no longer maintained: 1.2July 5, 2004 [63]
Old version, no longer maintained: 1.3September 10, 2004 [64]
Old version, no longer maintained: 1.4January 9, 2005 [65]
Old version, no longer maintained: 2.0December 1, 2005 [66]
Old version, no longer maintained: 2.1February 13, 2007 [67]
Old version, no longer maintained: 3.0January 30, 2008 [68]
Old version, no longer maintained: 3.1June 17, 2008 [69]
Old version, no longer maintained: 3.2September 11, 2008 [70]
Old version, no longer maintained: 3.3March 10, 2010 [71]
Old version, no longer maintained: 3.4March 10, 2011 [72]
Old version, no longer maintained: 3.5May 5, 2012 [73]
Old version, no longer maintained: 4.0June 16, 2013 [74] Rewrite of UI layer and editor core APIs
Old version, no longer maintained: 4.1June 18, 2014 [75] HTML5 Scheme support
Old version, no longer maintained: 4.2June 25, 2015 [76] Flat skin. Image tools for crop, resize and filters
Old version, no longer maintained: 4.3November 25, 2015 [77] Table column/row resize support and inline table toolbar, notifications API, APIs for creating non-editable widgets
Old version, no longer maintained: 4.4June 30, 2016 [78] Medium-style theme, improved image editor
Old version, no longer maintained: 4.5November 30, 2016 [79] Sidebar panel and insert menu UI, enhanced anchor linking, table of contents plugin
Old version, no longer maintained: 4.6May 4, 2017 [80] Enhanced link editing, new help plugin, dropped support for IE 8/9/10
Old version, no longer maintained: 4.7October 3, 2017 [81] Enhanced modern theme, new mobile theme
Old version, no longer maintained: 4.8July 11, 2018 [82]
Old version, no longer maintained: 4.9November 7, 2018 [83]
Old version, no longer maintained: 5.0February 4, 2019 [84] Completely new UI layer
Old version, no longer maintained: 5.1October 17, 2019 [85] All default UI components now work on mobile natively
Old version, no longer maintained: 5.2February 3, 2020 [86] Placeholder. New toolbar options. Accessibility enhancements.
Old version, no longer maintained: 5.3June 11, 2020 [87] New toolbar location default settings, moved the enabled checkmark on toggle menu items
Old version, no longer maintained: 5.4July 23, 2020 [88] Updates and additions to the Table plugin
Old version, no longer maintained: 5.5October 20, 2020 [89] TinyMCE core Typescript types are now public
Old version, no longer maintained: 5.6December 8, 2020 [90] New images_file_types option for customizing recognized image file extensions
Old version, no longer maintained: 5.7February 24, 2021 [91] Added support for table_column_resizing when inserting and deleting table columns
Old version, no longer maintained: 5.8May 5, 2021 [92] TinyMCE core editor update, additional changes to premium plugins, editor resize handle now controllable using the keyboard.
Old version, no longer maintained: 5.9August 25, 2021 [93] TinyMCE core editor update, improved table management, announces deprecation of various plugins.
Old version, no longer maintained: 5.10October 10, 2021 [94] TinyMCE core editor update, new API checks if a URI is safe to insert into the DOM, additional deprecation announcements.
Older version, yet still maintained: 6.0March 3, 2022 [95] Multiple new and changed APIs, support for Microsoft Internet Explorer 11 dropped, licence change: TinyMCE now released under the MIT License.
Older version, yet still maintained: 6.1June 6, 2022 [96] New event log API, new option to show a specified sidebar on editor launch, multiple added options and functions.
Older version, yet still maintained: 6.2September 8, 2022 [97] New option for specifying which non-editable elements can be format-wrapped, new option for adding search fields to toolbar menu buttons, new commercial plugins for footnotes, mail-merge fields, and typo autocorrection.
Older version, yet still maintained: 6.3.1December 6, 2022 [98] New option in the commercial Advanced Code editor plugin for opening said source-code editor in the edit window rather than a nested dialog box, two new API functions for selecting words from the insertion point location, new commercial plugins for generating inline css, and for formatting a document with so-called 'smart' typography. Also includes a fix for a cross-site scripting vulnerability, CVE-2022-23494. [99]
Older version, yet still maintained: 6.3.2February 22, 2023 [100] Includes a single change: a workaround that forced stylesheets to load in outdated WebKit-based browsers was removed.
Older version, yet still maintained: 6.4.0March 16, 2023 [101] New tree component for use in custom dialogs; new commercial Advanced Templates plugin; new API methods; new xss_sanitization option to disable XSS sanitization; and new UI objects and options.
Older version, yet still maintained: 6.4.1March 29, 2023 [102] No new features; two UX bug fixes, and one UI reversion.
Older version, yet still maintained: 6.4.2April 26, 2023 [103] No new features; ten bug fixes.
Older version, yet still maintained: 6.5June 13, 2023 [104] New open source plugin, Accordion, creates expandable and collapsable document sections; updates to a dozen commercial plugins; in-application help text re-written and translated.
Older version, yet still maintained: 6.5.1June 19, 2023 [105] Includes two bug fixes: a regression and a Firefox-specific UX bug.
Older version, yet still maintained: 6.6July 12, 2023 [106] New commercial plugin, AI Assistant, which can query OpenAI's ChatGPT chatbot (requires an OpenAI API key); new properties for controlling dialog box presentation, appearance, and behaviour.
Older version, yet still maintained: 6.6.1August 02, 2023 [107] Filtering option, pad_empty_with_br, removed in version 6.0, restored. Nine bug fixes.
Older version, yet still maintained: 6.6.2August 09, 2023 [108] Includes a single bug fix: An "Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read properties of null" error was corrected.
Current stable version:6.7.0August 30, 2023 [109] Updates to several proprietary plugins, including Accessibility Checker, Advanced Code, Advanced Templates, AI Assistant, and Table of Contents; two new commands: InsertNewBlockBefore and InsertNewBlockAfter; UI and UX improvements; and two dozen bug fixes and changes.

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