Learn all about the composing behavior in EasyBlog's here.


For those who is still in the dark ages, we have build a completely new composer exclusively for EasyBlog 5. This new composer help you composing new blogs in a structured and orderly fashion. This revolutionary composing process will simplifies your blogging or news sharing experience and some people says, it takes authoring to a whole different level.
~It is a revolutionary~

EasyBlog Composer

There are 2 ways for you to start composing your blogs. It is either using our new EasyBlog Composer or using Legacy Editor. For those who would like to try the new EasyBlog Composer, you may do it so by first enabling it on your EasyBlog settings. Navigate to Components > EasyBlog > Settings > General > Composer > Composer Editor. You will need to choose Build In - EasyBlog Composer in this composer setting.

Composer Settings

After this setting has been set, you can start write your blog post using EasyBlog 5 Composer. Here is the simple video tutorial on how to start writing a new blog on your site by @Danny Malouin.

The new EasyBlog Composer allows you to construct your blog content, block-by-block. For further understanding, read through what are composer block from our documentation.

Legacy Editor

Composing using Legacy Editor might be bored for some of the writers. It is because Legacy Editor is rendered with the common WYSIWYG editor; depends on which editor is choosen in the setting. For those who are using Legacy Editor, you will not be able to benefit from our composer block.

If your blogs were written prior to EasyBlog 5, it will be automatically loaded in a WYSIWYG editor as the blog editor. This is because the new EasyBlog Composer stores rich meta data blog contents compares to blog contents created prior to EasyBlog 5 which are stored in as plain HTML codes.