figured it out, you need to escape the $ sign
If I want to display $hello in a template, how do I prevent SS from treating it as a template variable?
forbidden sounds like an apache error so the logs is probably a good first place to look
any TInyMCE config experts here? I want to remove tables, removing the button is easy enough but you can still add tables via right click.
You prob need to remove the entire TinyMCE (table) extension, not just the button from the row
Yes, you are right. If I disable the plugin, it removes the option completely. Thanks!
check the logs , and turn on php errors
@mike_henden is that an apache error?
I thought there might be a way to do it via yml
Yeah that's probably the easiest way
is it possible to disable an extension? without doing a hack in _config.php