AlloyEditor’s toolbars contain several useful functions out-of-the-box. You
may, however, want to customize the default configuration to include a button
you’ve created, to add an existing button to a toolbar, or to add an
existing CKEditor button that’s bundled with Liferay DXP’s AlloyEditor.
provides everything you need to modify an editor’s configuration, including
adding buttons to AlloyEditor’s toolbars.
CKEditor Configuration settings
that modify the editor’s behavior (excluding UI modifications) can also be
passed down through this configuration object.
com.liferay.docs.my.button module is used as an example throughout this
section. If you want to use it as a starting point for your own configuration
or follow along with the articles, you can download the module’s zip file from
the Github repo.