Tiny has been recognized by EContent, for the sixth time, as one of the companies that “matter most in the digital content industry”. This doesn’t happen without our customers. This is your win too!
Building an inclusive website is about providing all users of your site with the same level of user experience. It is important to approach web accessibility as part of your design, from the very beginning of the planning process. So here are 12 tips that will help.
TinyMCE 5.1 is on its way, and it’s bringing some great new UI enhancements with it. The most significant being a complete overhaul of the mobile experience, catering for the increasing trend among users to write and edit content on the move. (It’s really slick!) At the same time, we’re taking the opportunity to update…
Today we are announcing the end of support for TinyMCE version 4.x. It will be officially supported through to December 31, 2020. This change will enable us to focus our efforts on the roadmap for TinyMCE version 5 and beyond. Until December 31, 2020, we will continue to accept bug reports and work on fixes…
Despite Gutenberg providing the Classic Block in WordPress 5, many developers prefer to switch back to the classic editor. You can return to the classic rich text WYSIWYG interface by installing the Classic Editor WordPress plugin.
You now have the ability to build custom skins for TinyMCE. In this post we share several pre-built skins for popular design systems like Bootstrap, Microsoft Fabric and Google’s Material Design.
A new mobile experience is coming to TinyMCE later this year. If you’d like to get ahead of the curve, here’s how you can check it out today.
TinyMCE 5.0.13 is now available, with expanded color map functionality, improved contextual toolbar positioning, a better Find and Replace experience, plus accessibility and dialog improvements. Update today.
If you missed our TinyMCE webinar this week, you missed a good one – we reviewed important product updates from Q2 for the core editor, premium features and plugins, and Tiny Drive. We also talked about Tiny Product Week, Tiny Labs, and introduced a new third-party tech partner and the plugins this company has built…
You did it again. For the second time this year, TinyMCE is recognized by G2 Crowd as the #1 WYSIWYG editor in their Summer Grid® Report.