WYMeditor allows plugin authors to hook in to various editor internals through a system of custom events. By registering a handler on a specific event, your plugin will be notified when something occurs so that you can modify the default behavior.
All events are triggered against the textarea element to which the wymeditor instance is bound. On an editor object wym, this element is available as wym._element.
All events are present as a member of WYMeditor.EVENTS.
This event is fired when some user input occurred that might have created a new block-level element. Things that qualify include pressing the Enter key, pasting content, inserting tables, etc.
This event fires after WYMeditor’s default handling occurs.
This event is fired directly after the appropriate browser-specific editor subclass’s initIframe method finishes. Hook in to this event if you need the iframe to exist, which usually occurs after the editor’s postInit fires.