To create a new custom toolbar:
- Navigate to Setup > Toolbars.
- Click the green +New button.
- The Preview panel shows what the toolbar looks like in terms of available buttons. While the preview always looks like the Classic Editor, when the toolbar is used on the page it uses the same WYSIWYG interface as pages normally do.
- Enter a toolbar name. The name can contain lowercase and uppercase letters, numerals 0 through 9, underscores, hyphens, spaces, and periods, and must be between two and thirty-two characters long. The name can't be changed after the toolbar is made.
- Select which buttons you want to be included in the toolbar. If the toolbar allows an option that isn't included with a toolbar type (i.e., the forms options aren't available in JustEdit), those buttons still won't be available, even if selected.
- Choose a font size set.
- Choose whether all paste options should be available, or only pasting as plain text.
- Click Save.
The available options when hovering over a toolbar in Setup > Toolbars are "Edit," "Copy," and "Delete."
Editing a toolbar shows the same options as creating one. Once changes are saved, they take effect immediately for any users or content using that toolbar.
Copying a toolbar creates a duplicate with all the same options. You can edit the toolbar before clicking Create.
Deleting a toolbar permanently removes it from the system. Any access settings or users that had been using that toolbar now use the default toolbar, or inherit a toolbar from a parent folder if applicable.
Toolbars can be assigned to users, sites, folders, pages, and editable regions. Because an assigned toolbar is considered an access setting, it follows the same rule of precedence as other settings: the closer to the specified content the toolbar is, the greater priority it takes. Therefore, a custom toolbar assigned to a page overrides the custom toolbar assigned to the site.
- Assigning toolbars to users is done in Setup > Users.
- Assigning a toolbar to a site is done in site access settings.
- Assigning a toolbar to a section or folder is done in section access settings.
- Assigning a toolbar to a page is done in page access settings.
- Assigning a toolbar to an editable region is done by inserting
<ouc:editor>tag of the editable region in the template source code, where
"filename"is the name of the custom toolbar.