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If you are using the TinyMCE editor that comes with Joomla and find it cluttered with dropdowns and buttons you don't need or want your users to use, there is a way to change its layout and options. How to change the layout and options in TinyMCE editor is what this Maintenance Monday is all about.




  • The video is about decluttering the TinyMCE editor in Joomla.
    - The presenter is Tim Davis.
    - This is the 104th episode of "Maintenance Monday."
    - The presenter mentions the Joomla community and viewers' support.
    - The tutorial is available on the Basic Joomla Tutorials YouTube channel.
    - The presenter discusses the topic suggested by Laura to declutter the TinyMCE editor.
    - The process involves going to the back end of a Joomla site, accessing the Extensions menu, then Plugins, and searching for "TinyMCE" to find the plugin.
    - The presenter demonstrates how to modify the editor's button layout using presets (Simple, Medium, Advanced) and creating custom sets for different user groups.
    - Different buttons like inserting images can be customized or removed.
    - The presenter warns that saving changes might affect existing settings and configurations.
    - The presenter discusses the advantages of JCE Editor over TinyMCE, such as colorful buttons, ease of adding links and images, and the ability to create different profiles.
    - The presenter explores various options and settings available in TinyMCE, such as image directory, text direction, advanced image dialogue, and more.
    - There is a discussion about adding custom buttons to the editor for specific extensions.
    - The presenter plans to compare TinyMCE and JCE Editor in a future live stream.
    - The presenter interactively engages with the audience's comments and questions throughout the video.

Monday Maintenance 104


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Tim Davis is the founder and owner of Cybersalt.
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