RichTextEditor

This module allows to customize the built-in toolbar of the Rich Text Editor and use commands from the HTML Editing APIs. It's highly recommended to keep this toolbar as small as possible, especially from styling commands (eg. 'fontSize') and leave this task to the Style Manager

You can customize the initial state of the module from the editor initialization, by passing the following Configuration Object

const editor = grapesjs.init({
 rte: {
   // options
 }
})

Once the editor is instantiated you can use its API. Before using these methods you should get the module from the instance

const rte = editor.RichTextEditor;

add

Add a new action to the built-in RTE toolbar

Parameters

  • namestring Action name
  • actionObject Action options (optional, default {})

Examples

rte.add('bold', {
  icon: '<b>B</b>',
  attributes: {title: 'Bold'},
  result: rte => rte.exec('bold')
});
rte.add('link', {
  icon: document.getElementById('t'),
  attributes: {title: 'Link',}
  // Example on it's easy to wrap a selected content
  result: rte => rte.insertHTML(`<a href="#">${rte.selection()}</a>`)
});
// An example with fontSize
rte.add('fontSize', {
  icon: `<select class="gjs-field">
        <option>1</option>
        <option>4</option>
        <option>7</option>
      </select>`,
    // Bind the 'result' on 'change' listener
  event: 'change',
  result: (rte, action) => rte.exec('fontSize', action.btn.firstChild.value),
  // Callback on any input change (mousedown, keydown, etc..)
  update: (rte, action) => {
    const value = rte.doc.queryCommandValue(action.name);
    if (value != 'false') { // value is a string
      action.btn.firstChild.value = value;
    }
   }
  })

get

Get the action by its name

Parameters

Examples

const action = rte.get('bold');
// {name: 'bold', ...}

Returns Object

getAll

Get all actions

Returns Array

remove

Remove the action from the toolbar

Parameters

Examples

const action = rte.remove('bold');
// {name: 'bold', ...}

Returns Object Removed action

getToolbarEl

Get the toolbar element

Returns HTMLElement

Last Updated: 8/13/2019, 6:32:25 PM