You can now add your content to the editor and use it on your website. CKEditor provide to use HTML Element for text content formatting. So, I began a quick search based on what I already knew and found that TinyMCE and CKEditor are the two that I like, to be used on my Laravel 7 project. I decided to go ahead with CKEditor. UnSharp left the ckeditor/laravel project and now its not working with latest laravel version. We’ll try to publish an article on this topic soon. As it turns out, CKEditor is offered in multiple versions. 2) add the language selection button to the ckeditor panel. "{{ str_replace('_', '-', app()->getLocale()) }}", "", "//", "{{route('ckeditor.image-upload', ['_token' => csrf_token() ])}}", "