The Wysiwyg module simplifies the installation and integration of the client-side text editors.
This documentation was written to explain how to configure and install Wysiwyg as part of a Community Media installation. We recommend using TinyMCE for your text-editor because it is free.
- Navigate to Administer > Modules
- Select Wysiwyg in the User Interface block
- Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Save Configuration
Navigate to Administer > Configuration > Content Authoring > Wysiwyg
Click Download next to TinyMCE. This will take you to the developer's website where you can download the latest libraries as a Zip file. Choose the newest full main package that is out of Beta (there's no "b" in the file name) - at time of writing this was version 3.4.x.
Extract the downloaded Zip file and FTP the contents to
sites/all/libraries/tinymce on your server. You may need to create the libraries directory first.
After copying the tinymce directory, navigate to it in SSH
cd var/www/EXAMPLE.COM/sites/all/libraries/ and then make sure it has the correct write permissions by using this SSH command
chmod -R 755 *
Check the library location matches the information on Administer > Configuration > Content Authoring > Wysiwyg
then refresh the page - TinyMCE should now be listed as "Installed."
Configure TinyMCE at the top of the Administer > Configuration > Content Authoring > Wysiwyg page, by selecting it in the contextual drop-down menu for every format you wish and click Save.
In the Operations column Click Edit for each configured Input Format - as you configure each one separately you can choose different options for each, and will need to do so on this page.
On the relevant TinyMCE profile for <> page, the only settings you need to adjust are in the Buttons and Plugins block. Select all the text-editor options you wish to show to Users and click Save.
Repeat this step for the other Input Format(s).
TinyMCE will now be available to all Users for all relevant Content types.