Can I include CKEditor 4 and CKEditor 5 in a commercial environment?

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    Marty Warble

    Ludwika,

    I'm wondering if you could expand on your previous comments regarding the use of CKEditor in a commerical website.  I'm not sure I understand what it means when you say your source code must remain open and accessible to others.  My website runs on my server and uses CKEditor. I am not making any changes to the CKEditor code. I am using it as-is.  The code that constitutes the website is not distributed in the normal sense of distributing an application.  Do I need to provide a link somewhere on the website to the CKEditor code?  I just don't understand what it means for the code to be accessible in the context of a website.

    Thank you for any clarification you can provide on this matter.

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    Ludwika Slowikowska

    Hey Marty, I am sorry for replying to you so late. I have just sent you an email. Let's talk about your use case and needs there.

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    Whop lithe

    Hi Ludwika,

    I also have exactly same question as Marty, Can you explain which source code we have to make public? CKEditor code or my website source code?

     

    Thanks.

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    Tommy Schmidt

    Hi Ludwika,

    i also have the same question as Marty and Whop.

    When using your official ckeditor 5 wrapper for angular:

    • is the editor free to use or do we have to pay for it?
    • how would we make the source code for ckeditor 5 accessible for the enduser?
    • is there anything else we need to be aware of?

    Thanks.

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    Ludwika Slowikowska

    Hey Tommy,

    Thank you for your comment. Because you also sent us an email with the same questions, we decided to answer them directly via email. Please let us know in case you need any further information regarding licensing.

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    Andrii Koshkarov

    Hi,

    I had the same question as Tommy. Can you answer me please? Thanks

     

    Andrii

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    Martinwanghouse

    Hi 

    same question as Marty...

    Can we use it without modify CKeditor source code for free?

    Thanks

     

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