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Hello,

I am trying to install TinyMCE standard version but I have not been successful yet.

tinymce_471_dev/index.php

<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <script src="https://tinymce_471_dev/tinymce/js/tinymce/tinymce.min.js"></script> <script>tinymce.init({ selector:'textarea' });</script> </head> <body> <textarea>Next, start a free trial!
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Unless you say what you've done and how you've done it nobody will be able to point you in the right direction
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Last Post by gentlemedia
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So I took an extra step to check out the downloads page for TinyMCE and found 3 installers. I am left to wonder what you used here on what target system.

Also, it appears to be trial ware. I see that in your error message and at their site. But didn't read more about how long the trial is and well, it sounds like they are pushing you to buy it from the error message or activate it.

-> That out of the way, one of the downloads was "full source" which could let you get around any trial ware?

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TinyMCE is open source and the 'community' (read: unsupported) edition is available using NPM, and easy to use with module loaders like webpack and browserify.

I'm guessing Davy hasn't done it that way, but without him saying what he's done it's impossible to point him in the right direction. The right direction is probably RTFM, though.

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Yes. "What did you do, Dave?"
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Also you should use $( document ).ready() or even better place all your scripts before the closing </body> tag. Now you initilize tinymce while the HTML and thus the textarea hasn't been rendered yet by the browser.

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Some FMs are just horrible. But there's always PEBKAC or PICNIC. Which is a discussion unto itself.
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