N1ED powers up your TinyMCE or CKEditor, adds new widgets and table tools, provides greater full screen mode
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Layout builder, special Bootstrap widgets, mobile previews and many other Bootstrap 4 related tools
Bootstrap 4 Editor

Get the newest Bootstrap Editor add-on for CKEditor and TinyMCE working with new super modern N1ED Ecosystem with optional File Manager and Image Editor support.

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if you use Bootstrap 3 or Foundation, see older product below

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Bootstrap 3 Widgets

Structure of your document made visual

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For any CMS Drupal Drupal WordPress WordPress Joomla Joomla

Features

Gallery

Gallery

Upload images and insert the as a responsive image gallery.

Badge

Badge/Label

Insert information symbols with short text.

Button

Button

Insert and edit links and buttons. Supports existing links too.

Icons

Icons

Insert images from the set of icons that come with your framework.

Breadcrumbs

Breadcrumbs

Navigation panel that shows the navigation path to the current page.

Alert

Alert

Insert information messages to the text using Bootstrap/Foundation styles.

Accordion

Accordion

A component which organizes content within collapsable items.

Bootstrap Widgets
CKEditor add-on
TinyMCE add-on
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Overview

Bootstrap Widgets allows you inserting to a CKEditor or TinyMCE document widgets provided by your CSS framework (Bootstrap or Foundation), such as buttons, links, image galleries, icons, information messages, breadcrumbs, labels, badges, and so on. Currently, this set includes 7 plugins.

You get the Bootstrap Include CSS/JS add-on for free to plug-in the framework to the content editor.

Ideally fits Bootstrap Tools, that allows not only inserting widgets but highlight the markup as well.

Not only do add-ons extend the functionality of CKEditor or TinyMCE, but also that of Bootstrap Editor as long as they are plugged into its internal content editor.