Operation Llama Re-Edit - Released May 31, 2018
After some extensive comparative analysis, we have replaced our previous WYSIWYG editor (Froala) with CKEditor. Although there were a number of benefits to Froala (we really liked the interface), we felt in the end that there were just too many issues with it that we were not able to adequately address and we needed a more mature product.
For a full overview of CKEditor, read our WYSIWYG Editor tutorial.
For the next month or so we are leaving Froala as an optional alternative editor in case there are any undiscovered compatibility issues with CKEditor. Although it is unlikely, if you discover such an issue please tell us immediately since Froala will be removed from the CMS completely in the near future and we do not want any existing functionality to be compromised when that happens.
To switch between CKEditor and Froala, click on the gear icon in the main management interface and then click on the "Editor: " link. In the prompt that appears, select either CKEditor and Froala. You can always switch back using the same steps, but in our next release we will remove Froala completely and it will no longer be an option.
One of our most frequently requested features is now a reality! We have created a file upload field for forms. Users can now upload files from front-end forms for website administrators to review and use as desired. All files uploaded from forms are scanned asynchronously for malicious content. Administrators may still choose to download files identified as malware but must intentionally ignore multiple warnings to do so.