It can be painful to build websites with high standard content creation requirements, for WordPress developers. It’s just as frustrating for IT professionals to address issues that get in the way creating flawless content on WordPress sites. Now, there’s a solution. Introducing TinyMCE PowerPaste for WordPress, the ultimate way to supercharge any WordPress website with advanced content creation and editing.
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.
TinyMCE’s advanced copy/paste solution PowerPaste is now available as a WordPress plugin. Automatically fix Word formatting, create tables from Excel, link & embed images with content pasted from the internet.
In June the Ephox/TinyMCE team of Joakim Lindkvist, Johan “Spocke” Sörlin, Jessica Lee and I attended our first ever WordCamp in Vienna. At the event, Matt Mullenweg spoke with Brian Krogsgard about the past, present and future of WordPress. You can view the full interview on WordCamp.tv and read our full annotated transcript below. Introduction Matt Mullenweg: Wow….
One year on from the merger between Ephox and TinyMCE it’s easy to forget the two companies already shared a five-year partnership delivering the most popular open source rich text editor to many of the world’s biggest enterprises. Jeff Olson, Ephox’s SVP Sales, Marketing & Business Development, sat down with Katrina Manning to discuss the business future…
WYSIWYG; rich text; visual editing. Creating content online has many names. It is functionality embedded in applications from blogs to CRM systems. Yet it remains a challenge for many software providers to get right, leaving users and developers alike frustrated. Today Textbox.io is launching a new API enabling developers to embed rich text editing directly…