Today I’ll share a story of how a single, commonly-used workflow broke my startup. And how a simple solution might have saved the day.
The WebKit team recently released a significant update that delivers many improvements to the handling of content interactions with the clipboard. The TinyMCE team was a major contributor to several of these improvements. Here’s how it happened.
TinyMCE Cloud has added another layer value to customers, since its initial release twelve years ago. In this post, our SVP of Sales and Business Development Jeff Olson talks about who should be using TinyMCE Cloud, the benefits that customers stand to gain from TinyMCE Cloud deployment, and how to get started.
It can be painful to build websites with high standard content creation requirements, for WordPress developers. It’s just as frustrating for IT professionals to address issues that get in the way creating flawless content on WordPress sites. Now, there’s a solution. Introducing TinyMCE PowerPaste for WordPress, the ultimate way to supercharge any WordPress website with advanced content creation and editing.
If you use Microsoft Word for writing and WordPress for publishing, you already know they are not very compatible. Somewhere in the process of copying and pasting content, the format of your site starts to look like a mess. There is a better way.
Software developers have become hyper aware of the importance of building applications with a focus on user experience. It helps onboarding, reduces customer churn, and makes everyone’s life a little more enjoyable. Here’s how to improve the content creation experience in WordPress.
TinyMCE’s advanced copy/paste solution PowerPaste is now available as a WordPress plugin. Automatically fix Word formatting, create tables from Excel, link & embed images with content pasted from the internet.
We know we released a lot of new functionality in our TinyMCE 4.4 update, so we thought it would be helpful to dive further into some of the new features, and provide more detail in addition to what was in our original post. We’re going to start with Smart Paste, and you can expect to…