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Introducing the New Froala ‘Platinum’ Support Plan!

At Froala, we are committed to providing outstanding service and support to our users. When you become a Froala customer, you are automatically enrolled into the ‘Standard’ support plan which
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Froala Whiteboard – Multiple Editor Instances on a Single Page

We have a number of free tools designed to give developers and non-developers alike the demos that they need to be successful in WYSIWYG editing. One of the most common
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Experience the Power of Froala with Free Editing and Design Tools

The Froala team strives hard to provide the best experiences for creating beautiful web content. While you might be familiar with the Froala WYSIWYG Editor and Froala Pages products, we
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Announcing V2.9.7 Release

At Froala, our mission has always been about pushing web editing beyond its conceived limits—this vision has served as the guiding philosophy for all Froala releases from Version 1.x to
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Doing Wonders With Images In the Froala Editor

Froala Editor can enhance your editing experience by providing methods to customize and manipulate creative images. Read more to learn what's possible!
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Quick and Easy Methods to Adjust the Size of Your Froala Editor

Froala Editor offers developers the complete flexibility and creativity to adjust the look and feel of the editor to suit their application. In a recent blog post, we discussed how
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Using Multiple Froala Editors On a Single Webpage

Froala Editor is a lightweight WYSIWYG HTML Editor written in Javascript that enables rich text editing capabilities for your applications. Froala Editor provides users with customizable features and parameters that
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3 Easy Steps to Designing Impressive Email Templates with Froala

Have you ever come across a stunning website, app or an impressive email design that made you stop right there to browse further? Pretty sure we all have—at least once,
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Announcing Froala Editor V3.1

Froala Editor V3.1 has officially arrived, and we hope you’re ready because it’s about to take your editing experience to a whole new level. When we released V3.0 back in
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Froala vs TinyMCE

At Froala, we believe that software should be simple and affordable—the way everything in life should be. Over the past several releases of the Froala WYSIWYG Editor, we have added
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Real-Time Collaboration in Froala Editor, Powered by Codox.io

Froala Delivers Froala has always been dedicated to delivering the most highly requested features for Froala Editor to our customers. Last quarter, we introduced the all-new Froala Editor Version 3
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Froala transactions now processed by Sencha

Some big changes come in small packages. Froala payment transactions are now processed by Sencha, our sister company at Idera. Although it might seem like a small change, it will
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Future Plans for Froala Editor

Thanks to everyone who provided their feedback and questions for the new version 3 of the Froala Editor! Your comments always help us understand the things that we need to
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The next generation WYSIWYG HTML Editor

Our vision has always been about pushing web editing limits further and further. We are constantly challenging the evolution of WYSIWYG editors and that’s what makes the Froala WYSIWYG HTML
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Ignition: We support your growth with a 35% discount

All big companies started somewhere; trying to get traction and take off. We’ve been there ourselves and we know that every cent matters. 🤑 We believe that being small shouldn’t
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8 New Awesome Froala Editor Features

In September we opened our roadmap and invited you to vote the features you would love to see implemented. Thanks everyone who took their time to send us their feedback
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Froala WYSIWYG Editor meets ExtJS

Next to the features a developer tool comes with, it’s important how easy we can add such a component to our apps. Froala Editor is a rich text editor made
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Win time by writing your emails in a good WYSIWYG editor

We have plenty of reasons to be obsessed over with user experience when it comes to the Froala WYSIWYG HTML editor. It’s not only about pushing web and mobile editing
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Most Wanted Froala Editor Release

I’ve always been amazed of how many feature requests we get each week for the Froala WYSIWYG HTML Editor. Just looking at the new release we made today, 2.7.0, and
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Froala Editor Freelancers

From a business perspective, having the right developers working on your product or service is crucial. Working with freelancers makes this aspect even more important. The resources businesses have to
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4 things you should know about small and lightweight Javascript plugins

Javascript has seen a lot of change over the last years and with it, the number of JS plugins available today is huge. I would’ve loved to share an impressive
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Top 5 Open Source Myths

Open Source is a long debated topic with lots of misconceptions. As a software engineer with years of experience, I have had the chance to experience both of them, form
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Help Center

Accurate information is usually just not enough because the way you access it makes information more or less valuable. We demand easy access to it and that doesn’t mean we
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Customer Stories

We usually don’t like to talk about ourselves, but we’re very happy when our customers do. Every day we receive appreciation messages and we have a lot of customers saying
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From Word and Excel to Froala Editor. Will it paste?

Every time we put a new release for the Froala WYSIWYG Editor we are eagerly waiting for your feedback. Yesterday was a special day as we’ve released a new version
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Common WYSIWYG HTML editor myths

WYSIWYG has quite a history in the software world, the first one being produced in 1974 at Xerox PARC. In all this time, WYSIWYG editors faced with all these myths
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Accessible. Faster. More Customizable.

In the last months we’ve been working on some great improvements for the Froala Editor. Yesterday we’ve wrapped them together into a new release V2.4.0-rc.1. It is for now a
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Introducing Froala Editor SDKs

Froala Editor has always been about innovating how WYSIWYG HTML editing works. That starts with how the editor behaves, the features it comes with and goes as far as extending
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Froala Editor Summer News

Summer is when great things happen and the Froala WYSIWYG Editor is no exception. And I love when I can bring you great news at the end of a long
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Notice of Chrome browser problem

You may have heard about some problems with the Froala Editor’s toolbar in Chrome browser recently. We would like to make sure that you have the facts about what happened,
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Styling Emails with WYSIWYG HTML Editors

“An inline style loses many of the advantages of a style sheet (by mixing content with presentation). Use this method sparingly!”, from W3C – CSS How To Forget about that
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Froala Editor V2 Contest Winners

It was a month full of activity and enthusiasm. The testing contest that we organized for the latest version of the Froala WYSIWYG Editor has ended. Hope you all enjoyed
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Froala Best WYSIWYG Editor Release

At the end of August we were thrilled to present you the newest version of our WYSIWYG editor, and just after 3 weeks we are now even more excited of
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Hello Froala Editor V2!

I’m very excited to make this announcement and I can’t wait to get your feedback about the version 2 of our WYSIWYG HTML editor. Yes, you’ve read well. The version
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Win a Free t-Shirt and a FDF License

We know you were excited about the new Froala Editor version 2, so I’m guessing that you’re already playing with it. If you’re not you should start doing so because
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The final sprint for V2.0

We know many of you are eagerly waiting to play around with version 2.0 of our WYSIWYG HTML editor and to integrate it into your projects. We’re as excited as
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550 days of WYSIWYG

These days we’re wrapping around the version 2.0 of our rich text editor and we’ll bring it in your projects on August 1. On August 1 there are 550 days
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WYSIWYG HTML Editor News

We have a lot of news for you about our WYSIWYG HTML editor. Of course there are good news and… well let’s say slightly less good news. I’m assuming that
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Your Website, Your Design

For the first time in the history of WYSIWYG editors, Froala introduces an easy-to-use customizing tool. It’s a matter of minutes to customize the Froala Editor and make it fit
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Something New for Everyone

With Froala Editor 1.1.0 we really have no doubt that we have the best WYSIWYG editor. There are a lot of goodies and you’ll find at least one for you
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Froala WYSIWYG Editor Changelog

Froala Team is constantly working to get the WYSIWYG Editor better for you. Our goal is not only to make website editing easy, but also to take the editing experience
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Froala WYSIWYG Editor

WYSIWYG is an acronym for “What You See Is What You Get”. In computing, a WYSIWYG editor is a chunk of code that allows users to format text inside their
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