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Coming from this blog post, I wanted to highlight the way the Sitefinity team made it easier to change the configuration of the WYSIWYG editor that is used in various places throughout the CMS.
You don’t even have to enter the “Advanced” section of the administration of Sitefinity, as I described in the blog post above. Now, you can simply go to Administration->Settings and open the Text Editor section to customize the default toolset, used through all the backend of Sitefinity:
You are able to edit the tools that show up in your editor’s toolbox right inside Sitefinity now. And of course, if you want to have separate configurations for the editors inside different modules of Sitefinity, you are absolutely able to achieve that by setting different toolbox configuration files in the options for each module.
Save and you’re done!
Remember to clean your browser cache, so that the all the CSS files are refreshed! Otherwise you’ll end up with an empty ApplyClass dropdown menu.
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