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  1. Hello everyone! I'm using TinyMCE module and I want to insert a table to the page. However, I don't need an attribute "border" to be automatically appended to the table. Can you please tell me how to get rid of this in a proper way?
  2. Hello everyone. I'm moving form CKEditor to TinyMCE and I'm struggling to replicate my setup for headings. Previously I had a field that would output text without any p tags which is nice for things like heading tags where all I need inside is pure text and sometimes a span, a, strong tag etc. That output was wrapped by H tag, I find it convenient as its one less thing for user to click also user doesn't have to remember which tag would be correct in this scenario and also user won't pick other h tag just because it looks a bit different... Right now only solution I have is to use php strip_tags() but I would like to do this using TinyMCE. Tiny documentation says removing p tag as the root block may break the editor so I'm thinking if editor requires to always have a block wrapper can p tag be swapped to span? Does anyone know how to do it without breaking the editor?
  3. Was just wondering if there was a simple way end-users can add gaps between their paragraphs from within the editor. Am trying to loosen things up a bit and allow them to determine their own page sections from within the editor whereas normally I may have given them two or three separate text areas. I'm trying to avoid adding margin-top to all the h tags/ margin-bottom to the p tags or equivalent. Is there a way to do this within the editor? Or would I be better doing it myself through CSS?
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