CKEditor toolbar is highly flexible and can be easily adjusted to your needs. You can influence such toolbar aspects as:
- The number of buttons available to your users.
- How the available buttons are grouped.
- The sequence of groups in the toolbar.
- The sequence of buttons within a group.
- The number of toolbar rows.
The most recommended approach to adjusting the editor
to your needs is to start from creating a
, removing unwanted features before they even
make it to your toolbar. It is a bad practice to download the Full package and then
in your configuration.
You will only be loading unnecessary stuff without any good reason.
The simplest way to configure the toolbar is to use the dedicated toolbar configurator
that is available in each editor installation package starting from CKEditor 4.5.
The editor instance below was configured by using the accessible "toolbar groups" approach, with some
unwanted buttons removed by setting the
When content filtering is working in automatic mode
, toolbar configuration affects
what is allowed in the editor. In other words, CKEditor will only allow the type of content that
can be created using the available toolbar buttons and will remove disallowed elements.