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Announcement: TinyMCE CDN Reminder

Qiran Gabrielle-Grace

February 16th, 2021

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Qiran Gabrielle-Grace


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Thanks to our users, TinyMCE has seen rapid growth and we cannot wait to ship these developments to you. To accommodate for this growth, we are decommissioning services to TinyMCE 4 via our CDN. 

Hence, we want to remind you access to TinyMCE 4 via our legacy CDN ( is being removed on February 25, 2021. 

If you do not upgrade and migrate before this date, you do risk service interruption and your TinyMCE instance may break. 

Many developers have already made the switch to TinyMCE 5, but for those that haven’t, we recommend making the switch now. This will give you time to make any necessary adjustments whilst you become familiar with the faster, more advanced version of the editor. 

Migrate to TinyMCE 5

Migration is quick and easy. First, update the source of the TinyMCE script file in your HTML pages (replacing no-api-key with your own API key from your Tiny account dashboard):

<script src="" referrerpolicy="origin"></script>

After doing this, you will be upgraded automatically to the latest version of TinyMCE 5. You may be required to make additional changes depending on your configuration. If this is the case, we go through this in our TinyMCE 4 to TinyMCE 5 migration guide.

With TinyMCE 5, you get simplified pricing options for premium features such as the ever-popular PowerPaste plugin. On top of this, you get access to support, which is particularly helpful as you migrate. Start with a free 14-day trial.

Lastly, our doors are always open, so if you have questions make sure to contact us for more assistance about migrating to TinyMCE 5, or find the answer to your question on Stackoverflow.


byQiran Gabrielle-Grace

Helping get the word out about all the great things Tiny has to offer. Loving the WFH life because he can play loud music and dance, while still calling it work.

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