After many years delivering advanced content analytics and search to IBM’s Web Content Manager, Ephox is announcing the end of life of WebRadar.
Ephox continues to lead the rich-text editing and content creation market, joining Adobe and Automattic as winners of the 2017 EContent 100 Content Creation category. Learn why we’re recognized as one of the companies that matter most in the digital content industry.
It’s no longer enough for WordPress developers and agencies to build great websites for their clients. In this post we’ll give you 3 simple ways to use content tools to win your clients over.
I recently stumbled on a remarkable TED talk by Elise Roy called, “When we design for disability we all benefit.” If you are a product designer, you should watch it. In the talk, she put forth a personal and universally applicable premise: Designers who take into account users’ disabilities almost invariably improve their project. Designing for…
TinyMCE 4.6 marks a significant update to the project since our last major release, and the many minor releases since. The majority of our work focused on restructuring the TinyMCE core, as we look to continuous delivery of editor updates, and a mobile future. But there’s one big update for users. Read on to learn more.
The uptake of our free TinyMCE Cloud service has been overwhelming. We’re approaching 10,000 developers on the platform. In less than 10-weeks since launch. With a thousand developers joining us every week, we receive a lot of queries about setting up the API key. If that’s you, five minutes is all it takes. You’ll need your API key…
Join Ephox at IBM Amplify and see why Ephox Cognitive stole the show at IBM Connect earlier this month. We’ll also show you how a simple change to the editor in WCM will redefine content creation in your business today.
Discover how Ephox is using IBM Watson to improve content creation in Connections at IBM Connect 2017.
Did you know that TinyMCE has keyboard shortcuts out of the box? If not, you’re not alone. Since this might be TinyMCE’s best-kept secret, we created a one-page, printable infographic to keep by your desk. We hope you find it useful.
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.