They can cause instability, introduce issues and may conflict with future updates. Apply at your own risk!
Custom WYSIWYG Editor Buttons
This hack provides an example of adding custom actions to the WYSIWYG page editor (TinyMCE). By default, this adds an additional “…” overflow menu to the end of the WYSWIYG toolbar, which contains a single new “Insert Cat” button that has a custom icon. When clicked, this adds a placeholder kitten image into the page.
This is only meant to be an example, to be tweaked and modified to your use-case. The code is heavily commented for this reason.
For significant alterations, you’ll likely want to review the TinyMCE documentation to understand the full set of available capabilities and actions within the TinyMCE editor API.
- This heavily relies on internal methods of TinyMCE, which may change upon any BookStack release as we update the editor libraries.
Request an Update
Hack not working on the latest version of BookStack?
You can request this hack to be updated & tested for a small one-time fee.
This helps keeps these hacks updated & maintained in a sustainable manner.
Format Webhooks for Pushover
This is a hack to adapt outgoing webhooks from BookStack so that they are directly compatible with the pushover message API. »
WYSIWYG Docx Import
This hack adds the ability to import “.docx” files into the WYSIWYG editor, by dragging and dropping a “docx” file into the editor area. »
WYSIWYG Editor Autocomplete Suggestions
This hack adds custom autocomplete suggestions to the WYSIWYG page editor (TinyMCE). An autocomplete popup box will show after a “trigger character” (: as configured by default in this hack) is entered after a space, or at the start of a line. »
WYSIWYG Editor Footnotes
This hack adds some level of “footnote” support to the WYSIWYG editor. A new “Footnote” button is added to the toolbar, next to the “Italic” button, that allows you to insert a new footnote reference. »