Personalizable WYSIWYG Editor Toolbar
The editor toolbar can be easily personalized for different users. For example, administrators can use all toolbar buttons and edit the HTML source code, casual editors can only use bullet points and create links, but not change text colors.
Developers can also prepare predefined styles and let editors choose from among them, instead of coming up with their own every time.
Insert and Resize Images
Kentico CMS allows you to insert images easily, directly from your computer - just click the image button and choose the image on your disk.
Once you insert the image into the text, you can resize it while preserving the aspect ratio. Unlike many other systems, Kentico CMS automatically resizes the image to the required size. It also stores the original, in case you decide to change the size again.
Moreover, you can choose from several effects, such as displaying a larger image when the mouse hovers over it, or display a full-size image in a new window when the image is clicked.
Add Images, Videos, and Widgets
Besides images, you can also insert videos, or music files. The editor also supports the insertion of online forms, rating buttons, polls, and custom controls created by your developer.
You can create links to the following items:
- other pages on your website
- images and other uploaded files
- content anywhere on the Web
- anchors in pages
- mailto: links
Kentico automatically takes care of your links, so if you rename or move a page, it remembers the original address and you don't have to update the link.
Create Standards-Compliant and Accessible Content
The WYSIWYG editor automatically fixes the HTML, so that it produces valid code. If you want to create accessible content, you can easily add ALT attributes to images and links through the user interface.
Paste from Word and Other Applications
When pasting formatted text from Microsoft Word or other applications, you can either paste it as plain text or you have the editor automatically clean the text and remove any unwanted formatting elements from the source code.