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Alert plugin

Styled messages inside a content
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Simply create alerts for your webpages with Alert plugin.

The plugin can be shown as popup or as a dialog.

TinyMCE 5 logoTinyMCE 5  plugin
TinyMCE 4 logoTinyMCE 4  plugin
CKEditor 4 logoCKEditor 4  plugin

Install Alert plugin in TinyMCE 5

Download Alert
ZIP archive of Alert for TinyMCE 5
Self-hosted TinyMCE 5
Cloud TinyMCE 5

Install the plugin to TinyMCE 5 hosted on your server

  1. Copy Alert directory to tinymce/plugins/.
  2. Edit TinyMCE config and add Alert to plugins parameter.

Example

Here you can see sample TinyMCE initialization code with config inside it:

TinyMCE.init({
    selector: "#editor",
    plugins: "Alert",
});

Refer to TinyMCE add-ons installation manual for more details

Install the plugin to cloud edition of TinyMCE 5

  1. Copy Alert directory somewhere on your server where it can be accessible by a link.
  2. Specify the location of just copied Alert plugin adding key-value pair in external_plugins TinyMCE config parameter.
  3. Edit TinyMCE config and add Alert to plugins parameter.

Example

Here you can see sample cloud TinyMCE initialization code with config inside it:

TinyMCE.init({
    selector: "#editor",
    external_plugins: {
        "Alert": "http://example.com/public/Alert/plugin.min.js",
    },
    plugins: "Alert",
});

Refer to TinyMCE add-ons installation manual for more details

Install Alert plugin in TinyMCE 4

Download Alert
ZIP archive of Alert for TinyMCE 4

Then do these simple steps:

  1. Copy Alert directory to tinymce/plugins/.
  2. Edit TinyMCE config and add Alert to plugins parameter.

Example

Here you can see sample TinyMCE initialization code with config inside it:

TinyMCE.init({
    selector: "#editor",
    plugins: "Alert",
});

Refer to TinyMCE add-ons installation manual for more details

Install Alert plugin in CKEditor 4

Download Alert
ZIP archive of Alert for CKEditor 4

Then do these simple steps:

  1. Copy Alert directory to ckeditor/plugins/.
  2. Edit CKEditor config and add Alert to extraPlugins parameter.
Using config file
Using initialization script

Example of configuring with config.js

If you prefer to edit config.js config file of CKEditor or when your CKEditor initialization code is placed inside some non-editable part of CMS, make these changes there:

CKEDITOR.editorConfig = function(config) {
    config.extraPlugins = "Alert";
};

Example of configuring inside initialization code

Some CMSs do not use config.js file and let to edit CKEditor initialization script only. Do this changes there:

CKEDITOR.replace("#editor", {
    extraPlugins: "Alert",
});

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