Can you use keyboard shortcuts in WYSIWYG fields?
General markdown syntax and some keyboard shortcuts work in Coursedog’s WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) text box.
However, there aren’t keyboard shortcuts available for all of the tools displayed in the WYSIWYG toolbar.
Shortcuts that work in our WYSIWYG editor include:
Undo – Cmd+Z (Mac), Ctrl+Z (PC)
Redo – Cmd+Shift+Z (Mac), Ctrl+Y (PC)
Bold – Cmd+B (Mac), Ctrl+B (PC)
Ital – Cmd+I (Mac), Ctrl+I (PC)
Underline – Cmd+U (Mac), Ctrl + U (PC)
Select All Text – Cmd+A (Mac), Ctrl+A (PC)
Copy Text – Cmd+C (Mac), Ctrl+C (PC)
Cut Text – Cmd+X (Mac), Ctrl+X (PC)
Paste Text – Cmd+V (Mac), Ctrl+V (PC)
Horizontal Line – - - -
Numbered List – New line starting with “1.”
Bulleted List – New line starting with “*” + (Space bar)
Quote – New line starting with “>” + (Space bar)
Header Level 1 – Ctrl+Shift+1
Header Level 2 – Ctrl+Shift+2
Header Level 3 – Ctrl+Shift+3
What is the underlying format used for your WYSIWYG editor?
The underlying format is a HTML/JSON content tree.
Our WYSIWYG editor was built using a toolkit for building rich text editors; RTF content pasted into our WYSIWYG editor should retain most of its formatting.