Redactor (v1) • Screenshots
Get an idea of the possibilities and look and feel of Redactor, by browsing the screenshots below. Missing any particular screenshots you would like to see? Let us know and we'll add them!
You can also play with Redactor live, on our Demo Site.
Image uploading through drag and drop.
We really couldn't make it easier than this. Drag and drop one or more images straight into the drop area, or choose an image with the regular file upload.
Choosing Images already uploaded
Use the Choose tab to find images that have previously been upload to the server. Optionally you can enable displaying file names under the images, and the path it shows files from is configurable as well.
Link to images elsewhere
If the image is already uploaded somewhere else, you can link to it by simply inserting the image link.
Inserting a video is simple too.
Just grab the embed code from the service (like YouTube or Vimeo) and insert it into the textarea. No ton of options to care about.
Drag & Drop file uploads too!
For linking to attachments or downloads, use the insert file functionality. You can drag and drop these, or use the file upload to pick one from your computer.
Choose existing files
Only available in Redactor by modmore, you can use the Choose tab to pick an image that is already uploaded to your server.
Link to a Resource with typeahead
Uses the MODX link tag to generate links, but doesn't show it to the user. Simply start typing until you find the resource you're looking for.
Email & Anchor links
If you have a need for email or anchor links, you can enable these additional tabs using system settings.
Tables are fully supported
Insert tables simply. Choose the amount of rows and columns and start work. Add a table header or more rows and columns easily.
These are the options when it comes to inserting tables, all in plain English (or whatever language you chose).
Redactor Custom TVs
The custom Redactor TV input type allows you to use custom configurations for individual TV instances.
Choose the text alignment with a simple dropdown, or change the buttons to have a button for each instead.
Source View included
Redactor comes with a nice source view, just in case you need some quick tweaks. Can be disabled through a system setting, so can be applied on a per user basis.
Air mode hides the toolbar, and shows a floating toolbar when you select text. This is an example of using the custom Redactor TV with specific settings.