Cloud Deployment of Plugins Only

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If you’re already comfortable hosting and maintaining TinyMCE Community edition, or you’re running a web application where you have no control over the TinyMCE instance, you’re still able to load our premium TinyMCE plugins from TinyMCE Cloud.

Signing up for a free API key will entitle you to the premium Image Tools plugin, with a provided cloud image proxy server already configured. You can purchase our other premium plugins at any time once your API key has been set up.

Step 1: Embed your custom script tag into your webpage

Within your webpage, after you’ve specified your script tag to load the TinyMCE editor code, you’ll need to then add the following new script:

<script src=""></script>

Step 2: Specify purchased TinyMCE plugins and toolbar buttons

Now you just need to extend your TinyMCE configuration to include any additional plugins (and associated toolbar/menu items) you’ve purchased. You will find enablement guides here:

Please note that after purchasing a plugin, it may take up to 30 minutes for the plugin to be included with your editor. You may also need to clear your browser's cache.

Here is a complete example, whereby:

      <script src="https://your_server/tinymce.min.js"></script>
      <script src=""></script>
      <textarea><p>test textarea</p></textarea>
            selector: 'textarea',
            height: 500,
            theme: 'modern',
            plugins: [
               'advlist autolink lists link image charmap print preview hr anchor pagebreak',

Step 3: Forward proxy configuration

If your company network has a forward proxy that controls access to the internet, please ensure that the following URLs are accessible via this proxy.

Also, please ensure that the tiny-api-key and tinymce-api-key headers are retained while requesting the list of URLs above.

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