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Mastering the JangoMail TinyMCE HTML Editor
With JangoMail, you have the option to use our built-in WYSIWYG HTML Editors to compose
and send your message.
Note: Please disable any pop up blocker software you are running. Some of the Features
within JangoMail will pop up guidance or confirmations to you in separate windows.
If you are using an HTML Editor (EditLive, TinyMCE or Simple), you may be prompted for
brief installations the first time you access the Send Email page on a new machine. Please
accept / authorize these installations if you are prompted.
You use these Editors much as you would other email or word processing tools. You type
your text in, and use the tools to format text you select. You also have tools to add the
other key elements of an HTML email message: links and images.
There are three editors that you can select: Simple, EditLive, and TinyMCE.
The Simple Editor:
Requires HTML coding
The EditLive Editor:
Works with any web browser that can run Java applets, PC or Mac
Has the option to switch between HTML coding and design
Supports cascading style sheets (CSS)
Has one-click access to content insertion
Has a real-time spell check
Allows you to use the whole window space to compose your email
Includes Word HTML cleaning options
Has selectable Smart Templates
Has many more useful features
The TinyMCE Editor:
Works much like the EditLive Editor
Is introduced and explained on our blog
To select the TinyMCE Editor, go to Messages and then click the + sign to Compose a
New Message. Then choose how you want to create the message. In this example, we
choose with a New Blank Message. Click on the
Settings Icon and then choose
you’re the TinyMCE HTML editor.