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Zachary Dahan
Zachary Dahan
2,382 Points

How to layering with TinyMCE without using the <table>

Hello everyone !

I still asking one question to me sometime, there's no cleaner way to layout an page without using the <table> attribute ?

I've tried to make divs and use a simple plugin grid but this doesn't work because my clients always break-up the layout by deleting a bit too much ...

Whereas, a <table> is very difficult to break and it's included in TinyMCE Advanced.

So I'm asking if anybody know a plugin (or something) for doing layout easily and client-friendly.

Thanks in advance !

1 Answer

If you're using Bootstrap, you could install the Bootstrap Shortcodes plugin. It will let you set classes with the Bootstrap grid system.

If you're not using Bootstrap, you could still custom write shortcodes for your own grid system.

Zachary Dahan
Zachary Dahan
2,382 Points

Yes, I didn't think about that, thanks !

Zachary Dahan
Zachary Dahan
2,382 Points

( Oaps, sorry, forget to mark your answer as "Best Answer" .. )