Advanced TinyMCE Configuration
Great plugin. would you recommend this for Multisite? (4 posts)

  1. Marcelo Pedra
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I bet this version may do lower damage than TinyMCE Advanced if I trust the users and if I just want to add some styling and a couple options.
    Can you confirm?


  2. Andrew Ozz
    WordPress Dev
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Yes, this plugin allows you to set all "low-level" options for TinyMCE. It doesn't contain any TinyMCE plugins, so you won't be able to add table editing for example. However you can rearrange, add and remove default buttons.

    For multisite, it's not that much a security concern, it's user expectation. TinyMCE Advanced would let the users add tags and attributes that will be stripped by kses on saving the post. To avoid that you'll need to set kses to allow more tags and attributes, which would make it possible to add unwanted or dangerous stuff.

  3. Marcelo Pedra
    Posted 1 year ago #

    But if they (the users) are not savvy enough and don't mess with the plugin configuration because they are only allowed to be editors or contributors.... and also if I'm the only administrator and don't mess with kses.... the security shouldn't be a concern, right?

  4. compumatter
    Posted 1 year ago #


    I have a multi-site install and frankly wish to create a tinymce environment will have the widgets I want them to have and not confuse them with added controls / settings.

    It seems Network Activate makes all settings tweakable for all client website logins. I would desire only super admin makes the tweaks and all clients get the super admin version of the editor.

    Or at the very least the super admin tweaked version is the 'default' version and clients can make edits beyond that.

    Your thoughts ?


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