The rich text editor is where the real action with content creation happens. Therefore, it is vital that content editors have all the tools they need right there – in the editor. Apart from the common formatting options, you can add and remove functionality (buttons) in the editing toolbar, and, play with the contextual toolsets for the content.
With the Admin App samples provided, you can easily add the following commonly used buttons to the rich text editor's toolbar:
Let's talk content editing area. With the following samples, you can enable content editors to quickly make formatting fixes to selected text or visualize text pasted according to their requirements and preferences.
Learn more about the custom content editor extensions in GitHub.
Every content has specifics and thus, specific requirements. You may consider adding any additional formatting and text editor functionality, such as find and replace, custom headings, text highlight color, font type, color, and size, and so on.
Say your team is creating blog posts with technical content. You may need to include a functionality to add formatted formulae, code samples, or code blocks directly into the content. Or, you may need to browse and embed an item from an external digital asset library or stock photos library. Another example is an ecommerce page that describes a product. You may want to include straight in the content block a CTA button, say, Add to basket, which, upon clicking, displays to the visitor the product price and quantity.
Suppose you are a technology content blogger publishing content that describes more complex conceptual information that would benefit from visual aid. Integrating with mind mapping, diagram sketching and drawing tools, such as XMind, gliffy, or draw.io will complement your content seamlessly.
Sitefinity-wise, you can go further by enabling content editors to insert templates for forms maps in the content, for example, forms, maps, or navigation. If editors need to embed a banner, as opposed to a plain .jpeg file, they can do it by inserting HTML markup straight in the content.
In addition, you can modify the styling and settings of your content editing experience on a global level via the Kendo UI config file. For more information about the file, see Configure the Kendo editor. For an even greater flexibility, you can style everything with the help of code.
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