How to Customize and Remove Buttons from the HTML Editor


In my last post I talked about creating styles that would be available in the HTML editor to help keep the brand and styles of your site’s content consistent and how important this was to a public facing website.

You can take that even further by customizing the HTML editor so less options are available to contributing members who are creating the content for your published pages.

This is also fairly straight forward and of course as always I will point you to an Microsoft article that explains it all in further detail: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms561507.aspx

With very little effort you can implement a public facing website with control on what your users can create and really help push them towards creating material that matches the look and feel of your website. These tricks can really help limit the extra questions, training and corrections you have to perform as a website administrator for staff who just love those hot pink fonts.

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