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Configuring the Editor

The WYSIWYGWhat You See Is What You Get: An editor that displays formatted text as it will appear in its final published form. editor is enabled by default, and can be used to edit content on CMSContent Management System: A software system that is used to create, edit, and maintain content on a website. pages and blocks, and in products and categories. From the configuration you can activate or deactivate the editor, and elect to use static — rather than dynamicURLS for media content in product and categoryA set of products that share particular characteristics or attributes. descriptions.

To configure the editor:

1. On the Admin sidebar, tap Stores. Then under Settings, choose Configuration.
2. In the panel on the left under General, choose Content Management.
3. Expand the WYSIWYG Options section, and do the following:
a. Set Enable WYSIWYG Editor to your preference. The editor is enabled by default.
b. Set Static URLs for Media Content in WYSIWYG for Catalog to your preference for media content that is included in category and product field descriptions.
4. When complete, tap Save Config.