TinyMCE4 Album Image Manager

TinyMCE4 Album Image Manager

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This is a TinyMCE4 album & image manager plugin. It makes it easier to manage images(group by album and user) in tinymce. It needs a server with PHP & mysql.


  1. Multiple Images Insert: You can select many images into editor at once. And you can edit each image’s attributes(such as title, width and height).
  2. Multiple Image Previews: When adding an image from a link, the plugin will retrieve the image and show a preview so that you are sure of the image that you are adding.
  3. Multiple Uploads: You will be able to upload multiple images at once by selecting them or dragging and dropping.
  4. Multiple users: The Album and Images are group by user, Each user has it’s own albums and images.
  5. Albums Manager: The Images are classified by albums, this plugin contains album manage, such as add, update, and delete album.
  6. Ajax Upload: The upload feature uses ajax and so no page refreshing when uploading.
  7. Quick Search: You can search images by title, so it’s easy to find what you want
  8. Quick Install: Just execute sql and modify the configuration file(if you want) and then upload to the tinymce plugins’ folder. That is it.
  9. Source Code: Nothing is hidden.


  1. Excute data.sql in your mysql tool. The data.sql contains two tables: leaui_albums and leaui_files and some initial data.
  2. Update config.php. You should edit the db configurations at least. There are comments in the php file to help you with this.
  3. Upload the files to the tinymce plugins’ folder.
  4. Update your tinymce configuration to add `leaui_image` plugin, eg:
        selector: "textarea",
        plugins: [
            "leaui_image advlist autolink link lists charmap hr anchor pagebreak",
            "directionality textcolor paste fullpage textcolor" 
        toolbar1: "leaui_image | styleselect formatselect fontselect fontsizeselect | bold italic underline strikethrough " 

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