08 November 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Taking Content Creation To The Next Level With The WordPress Editor

WordPress is famous for a lot of things, not the least are the multiple features and components it has to offer. The ease with which you can change the themes, the vast…

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01 November 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Quick Tip: Using wp_editor

It is a WordPress function that creates a visual (WYSIWYG) editor like the one featured in the WordPress admin when creating posts or pages. This handy little function has been available since WordPress v3.3.

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18 October 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Enable Additional Buttons On Visual Editor

The default text editor in WordPress is TinyMce, with this you get lots of additional features. It allows your content authors to change anything they want with the content they are creating. There are two views with TinyMce the visual editor and the HTML editor, when you change things…

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13 October 2012 ~ 0 Comments

How to Enable TinyMCE for Post Excerpts Box

Here’s some neat code that will enable the TinyMCE rich text editor within your excerpts box. You can now insert links and other HTML into your excerpts…

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02 October 2012 ~ 0 Comments

How to Add Custom Styles to the WordPress Editor

Wouldn’t it be handy if you could see exactly how your blog post or page would look without having to keep switching back and forth from the preview? Well, now you can with this nifty little tutorial…

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25 September 2012 ~ 0 Comments

How to Fix White Text and Missing Buttons in WordPress Visual Editor

Recently one of our users reported a very odd issue with their install. When writing a post, they could not see anything they were writing. Because the text of the post editor was white. More importantly, all of the visual editor buttons were missing, and the ability to switch from Visual to HTML…

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01 April 2012 ~ 0 Comments

How to Add Custom Styles in WordPress The Default Post Editor, Known as TinyMCE

If you are creating a WordPress theme to power a website that will be updated by individuals without any knowledge of HTML, you can add custom styles to the visual TinyMCE editor and ensure that elements are properly formatted…

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14 May 2011 ~ 0 Comments

How to Add Buttons and CSS Classes to the Default Editor at WordPress

When creating websites for clients, especially those who are not so familiar with website editing or the internet in general, it is always useful to customise the WordPress Admin in order to make it simpler and more intuitive…

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