Handling Images In WYSIWYG Editors

If you are using a WYSIWYG editor, there are big chances that you want to insert images. Inserting images is a common feature in WYSIWYG editors, but handling them is another thing. You could spend a couple of hours trying to resize the image without finding out how to do it. Or it could need you to write some HTML code to do what you are trying to do.

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Froala WYSIWYG Editor Installation Instructions

Please read the License Agreement before using our rich text editor.

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Instead of downloading the editor you can use CDN to access the files directly. All files from our Get Started Guide are available on CDN and you can link to them like in the example below:

<link href='https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/[email protected]/css/froala_editor.pkgd.min.css' rel='stylesheet' type='text/css' />

<script type='text/javascript' src='https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/[email protected]/js/froala_editor.pkgd.min.js'></script>
Froala Editor is compatible with AMD module loaders such as RequireJS. The following example shows how to load it along with the Algin plugin from CDN using RequireJS. See the example below:
  <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/froala-editor@latest/css/froala_editor.css">

  <script src="require.js"></script>
      packages: [{
        name: 'froala-editor',
        main: 'js/froala_editor.min'
      paths: {
        // Change this to your server if you do not wish to use our CDN.
        'froala-editor': 'https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/froala-editor@latest'

    body {
      text-align: center;
    div#editor {
      width: 81%;
      margin: auto;
      text-align: left;
    .ss {
      background-color: red;

  <div id="editor">
    <div id='edit' style='margin-top:30px;'>

    ], function(FroalaEditor) {
      new FroalaEditor('#edit')

Our JS rich text editor comes with NPM packages for multiple front-end frameworks. Here is an example of NPM usage:
npm install froala-editor

Install from Bower

Froala WYSIWYG HTML Editor can also be installed by using Bower as showed in the example below:
bower install froala-wysiwyg-editor

Load as a CommonJS Module

Froala Editor is using an UMD module pattern, as a result it has support for CommonJS. The following examples presumes you are using npm to install froala-editor, see Install from NPM and install FroalaEditor.
var FroalaEditor = require('froala-editor');

// Load a plugin.

// Initialize editor.
new FroalaEditor('#edit');

Since Froala Editor supports ES6 (ESM – ECMAScript modules) and UMD (AMD, CommonJS), it can be also loaded as a module with the use of transpilers. E.g. Babel, Typescript. The following examples presumes you are using npm to install froala-editor, see Install from NPM.

import FroalaEditor from 'froala-editor'

// Load a plugin.
import 'froala-editor/js/plugins/align.min.js'

// Initialize editor.
new FroalaEditor('#edit')

Froala Rich Text Editor can be used in modern build environments such as Webpack. The code below highlights the Webpack 4 configuration, while a full example is available in this Github Gist.

const path = require('path');
const webpack = require('webpack');

module.exports = {
  entry: './index.js',
  output: {
    path: path.resolve(__dirname, 'dist'),
    filename: 'bundle.js'
  resolve: {
    modules: ['node_modules']
  plugins: []

See changelog to keep track of what’s new in the current version.

Froala WYSIWYG HTML Editor has multiple server SDKs to make the integration straight forward.