TinyMCE 4.4.2

The best WYSIWYG editor! TinyMCE is a platform independent web based Javascript HTML WYSIWYG editor control released as Open Source under LGPL by Ephox Corp. TinyMCE has the ability to convert HTML TEXTAREA fields or other HTML elements to editor instances. TinyMCE is very easy to integrate into other Content Management Systems.

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Install-Package TinyMCE -Version 4.4.2
dotnet add package TinyMCE --version 4.4.2
<PackageReference Include="TinyMCE" Version="4.4.2" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add TinyMCE --version 4.4.2
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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
5.1.0 144 10/17/2019
5.0.16 1,542 9/24/2019
5.0.15 1,519 9/2/2019
5.0.14 970 8/19/2019
5.0.13 773 8/6/2019
5.0.12 1,363 7/18/2019
5.0.11 1,257 7/4/2019
5.0.10 332 7/3/2019
5.0.9 477 6/26/2019
5.0.8 579 6/18/2019
5.0.7 880 6/5/2019
5.0.6 1,621 5/22/2019
5.0.5 1,313 5/9/2019
5.0.4 1,702 4/23/2019
5.0.3 6,194 3/19/2019
5.0.2 3,250 3/5/2019
5.0.1 1,800 2/21/2019
5.0.0 2,287 2/4/2019
4.9.6 179 9/2/2019
4.9.5 183 7/3/2019
4.9.4 719 3/20/2019
4.9.3 2,645 1/31/2019
4.9.2 5,782 12/17/2018
4.9.1 1,589 12/4/2018
4.9.0 1,158 11/27/2018
4.8.5 5,851 10/31/2018
4.8.4 2,156 10/23/2018
4.8.3 20,441 9/13/2018
4.8.2 11,773 8/9/2018
4.8.1 2,366 7/26/2018
4.8.0 2,116 7/11/2018
4.7.13 23,307 5/16/2018
4.7.12 7,660 5/3/2018
4.7.11 9,929 4/11/2018
4.7.10 1,560 4/3/2018
4.7.9 12,193 2/27/2018
4.7.8 569 2/26/2018
4.7.7 1,361 2/19/2018
4.7.6 6,206 1/29/2018
4.7.5 2,648 1/22/2018
4.7.4 28,695 12/5/2017
4.7.3 1,872 11/30/2017
4.7.0 18,857 10/3/2017
4.6.7 9,186 9/18/2017
4.6.6 3,304 8/30/2017
4.6.5 13,899 8/2/2017
4.6.4 14,925 6/13/2017
4.6.3 3,280 5/30/2017
4.6.2 1,484 5/23/2017
4.6.1 7,603 5/10/2017
4.6.0 1,918 5/4/2017
4.5.8 1,709 10/9/2017
4.5.7 9,101 4/25/2017
4.5.6 11,785 3/30/2017
4.5.5 9,650 3/7/2017
4.5.4 8,657 2/23/2017
4.5.3 7,762 2/1/2017
4.5.2 8,729 1/4/2017
4.5.1 12,313 12/7/2016
4.5.0 13,005 11/23/2016
4.4.3 37,879 9/1/2016
4.4.2 2,126 8/25/2016
4.4.1 22,443 7/26/2016
4.4.0 6,656 6/30/2016
4.3.13 16,876 6/8/2016
4.3.12 16,782 5/10/2016
4.3.11 12,546 4/25/2016
4.3.10 2,573 4/12/2016
4.3.9 493 4/12/2016
4.3.8 7,736 3/15/2016
4.3.7 10,172 3/2/2016
4.3.6 1,231 3/1/2016
4.3.4 4,482 2/11/2016
4.3.3 13,891 1/13/2016
4.3.2 14,879 12/14/2015
4.3.1 14,036 11/30/2015
4.3.0 1,401 11/23/2015
4.2.8 4,675 11/13/2015
4.2.7 4,728 10/27/2015
4.2.6 14,600 9/28/2015
4.2.5 11,528 8/31/2015
4.2.4 3,151 8/17/2015
4.2.3 5,256 7/30/2015
4.2.2 1,656 7/22/2015
4.2.1 21,812 6/29/2015
4.2.0 1,327 6/25/2015
4.1.10 17,947 5/5/2015
4.1.9 9,041 3/10/2015
4.1.8 4,678 3/5/2015
4.1.7 23,042 11/27/2014
4.1.6 26,755 10/8/2014
4.1.5 6,761 9/9/2014
4.1.4 2,219 8/21/2014
4.1.3 2,661 7/29/2014
4.1.2 1,703 7/15/2014
4.1.1 1,740 7/8/2014
4.1.0 2,543 6/18/2014
4.0.28 3,035 5/27/2014
4.0.27 611 5/27/2014
4.0.26 11,717 5/6/2014
4.0.25 848 4/30/2014
4.0.24 635 4/30/2014
4.0.23 2,734 4/24/2014
4.0.22 1,774 4/16/2014
4.0.21 5,083 4/1/2014
4.0.20 4,291 3/18/2014
4.0.19 10,120 3/11/2014
4.0.18 1,794 2/27/2014
4.0.17 724 2/26/2014
4.0.16 4,597 1/31/2014
4.0.15 643 1/30/2014
4.0.14 565 1/30/2014
4.0.13 596 1/30/2014
4.0.11 6,376 11/20/2013
4.0.10 10,291 10/28/2013
4.0.9 825 10/24/2013
4.0.8 1,884 10/15/2013
4.0.6 4,676 9/12/2013
4.0.5 1,753 8/27/2013
4.0.4 1,044 8/21/2013
4.0.2 2,892 7/18/2013
4.0.1 1,427 6/26/2013
4.0.0 72,578 6/13/2013
3.5.8 20,268 1/8/2013
3.5.7 13,928 9/20/2012
3.5.6 4,299 7/26/2012
3.5.5 946 7/19/2012
3.5.4.1 1,585 6/24/2012
3.5.4 792 6/21/2012
3.5.3 3,075 6/19/2012
3.5.2 1,924 5/31/2012
3.5.1.1 1,027 5/24/2012
3.5.1 679 5/24/2012
3.5.0.1 4,523 5/10/2012
3.5.0 1,477 5/3/2012
3.4.7 86,390 1/18/2012
3.4.5 8,573 9/6/2011
3.4.4 917 8/4/2011
3.4.3.2 760 8/3/2011
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