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Customizing TinyMCE buttons for descriptions

This article is aimed at webmasters with TinyMCE configurations knowledge.

You have the possibility to override the default TinyMCE configuration used in Store Commander by placing this file into your store directory (xxx corresponds to a series of letters/numbers specific to your installation):


  • An example is available in the file attached to this article.
  • Here is another example, using the same attached file: deleting the following line:

  content_css : pathCSS+"global.css",

you will have a classic display of your text, without making use of style (global.css) used by the theme of your store.

  • You can also use your own CSS file.


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