Today we are talking about CKEditor 5 with Wiktor Walc & Piotrek Koszuliński.

For show notes visit:


  • What is CKEditor
  • What does it do for Drupal
  • Differnece between CKEditor 4 and 5
  • Biggest benefit
  • Improvements to the editing experience
  • Plugin ecosystem
  • Plugin language
  • Roadmap
  • Paid Features
  • Supporting the Drupal community
  • Security
  • Native Web Components



Wiktor Walc – ckeditor.com @w_walc
Piotrek Koszuliński – ckeditor.com @reinmarpl


Nic Laflin – www.nLighteneddevelopment.com @nicxvan
John Picozzi – www.epam.com @johnpicozzi
Randy Oest – randyoest.com @amazingrando



Martin Anderson-Clutz – @mandclu

Previously discussed in episodes: 70 as MOTW (8y ago!) and mentioned in 31, 46, 137. And 185
Brief description: Allows your Drupal site to provide meta tags on content to implement SEO best practices and maximize online findability
Brief history

  • How old: created in 2009
  • Versions available: Supported versions for Drupal 7, 9, and 10
  • Current version released Sep 29, 2022
    Usage stats: 381,821
    Maintainer(s): Dave Reid and DamienMcKenna
    – renowned Drupal contributors
    Module features and usage
    Allows content editors to populate common (and uncommon) meta tags either manually for each piece of content, or to have them filled out programmatically using tokens
    A wide variety of submodules to address different use cases where meta tags are helpful: social sharing, verifying site ownership (e.g. for Google Search Console), and more
    For any site that considers SEO a priority (which is probably most public-facing sites), setting Metatag should really be one of the first things
    Discussion: Given how widely used this module is, does anyone have specific experience with Metatag to talk about?


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