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description: This plugin provides TinyMCE 4, an HTML text editor, for editing messages and templates. This is for phpList 3.x.
author : Duncan Cameron
type : editor
compatible : 3.x
tags : editor
sourcerepo : https://github.com/bramley/phplist-plugin-tinymce
This plugin provides TinyMCE 4 for editing messages and templates. It also integrates the elFinder file manager to provide file uploading and browsing.
This plugin is for phpList 3.
Install on the Plugins page (menu Config > Manage Plugins) using the package URL
Download the plugin zip file from https://github.com/bramley/phplist-plugin-tinymce/archive/master.zip
Expand the zip file, then copy the contents of the plugins directory to your phpList plugins directory. This should contain
Click the Enable button to enable the plugin. Note that only one editor can be enabled.
The elFinder directory must be within the web root. If you have the default plugin location,
define(“PLUGIN_ROOTDIR”, “plugins”) in config.php, then the plugin will use the correct path automatically, e.g.
If you have placed the plugin directory outside of the web root then you must move or copy the `elfinder` directory from the plugin's directory to somewhere within the web root. Then use the Settings page (menu Config > Settings) to specify the path to the elFinder directory. The path should be from the web root, such as
/elFinder, not the filesystem path.
Also, if you move or rename the phpList directory or the plugin directory after installing the plugin, then you will need
to modify the path because it will not change automatically.
The UPLOADIMAGES_DIR value in config.php must be set to the location of a directory where elFinder can store uploaded images. The directory must be writable by the web server. Note that the value is relative to the web root and must not contain a leading '/'.
If the UPLOADIMAGES_DIR value in config.php is set to
false then elFinder will be disabled and image uploading will not be possible.
The Settings page has a TinyMCE group where you can configure the plugin.
<body>elements. This setting defaults to
<body>elements. The default value is
No. If this field is set to
Yesthen it is ignored if
Allow templates to be edited as full HTML pagesis also set to
Other settings for the editor are entered directly on the Settings page.
A default toolbar and plugin configuration have been copied from the Basic Example page.
See http://www.tinymce.com/wiki.php/Configuration for how to specify configuration settings.
Starting in version 2.2.0 the plugin includes a copy of TinyMCE instead of loading from its Content Delivery Network. This is due to TinyMCE 4 no longer being supported.
If the default plugin directory has been used then the URL should be set correctly, e.g.
But if you have changed the location of the plugin directory then you will probably have to amend this value. It needs to be the URL to the tinymce.min.js file.
The plugin includes elFinder 2.1.6 but will not automatically upgrade to a new release. You can download a new release of elFinder from http://studio-42.github.io/elFinder/#elf_l1_Lw.
To install the build, expand the zip file, copy the elfinder_xxx directory to your web site, and specify the path to the directory on the Settings page. It is recommended to use a new directory rather than overwriting the elFinder version in the plugin's directory so that it will not be affected if you upgrade the plugin.
In phplist 2.10 the FCKIMAGES_DIR value in config.php defines the directory into which images will be uploaded. The value is relative to the phplist root directory.
In phplist 3.x a different value, UPLOADIMAGES_DIR, is used to define the directory. This value is relative to the web root, not to the phplist root directory. To continue using the same upload directory you must set UPLOADIMAGES_DIR correctly. So, for example, if the existing image upload directory is
/lists/uploadimages then the FCKIMAGES_DIR would be
uploadimages but the value for UPLOADIMAGES_DIR would be
Please raise any questions or problems in the user forum https://discuss.phplist.org/