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This is new new Dialog


Old wordpress Add link dialog

In short, i want a list of some classes inside the add link dialog. Because this was default there might be a easy way to get it back like this?

Long: I like to have the ability to add classes to themes. I have found 2 plugins for that. One breaks tinymce and the other add link class plugin produces a hell of a lot notices (with WP_DEBUG enabled) but it works it puts a select box to tiny mce and there i can change classes. But i don't like it that way. It created span's when there is no link marked. Back in the days it was just like I want it now. Also there are all sort of wordpress default classes in that dropdown box a also don't like.

There is this question about it, but no good answers there, the author stated that he found a better way to accomplish his goal but did not bother to share it with us.

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The easiest way is to use the plugin TinyMCE Advanced.

Enables the advanced features of TinyMCE, the WordPress WYSIWYG editor.

In its configuration page (Settings > TinyMCE Advanced), you'll find this option:

detail of tinymce configuration screen

That option will convert the pop-up window of the "Insert/Edit Link" button into this:

Insert/Edit Link tinymce popup window

Insert/Edit Link tinymce popup window - advanced tab

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Unfortunately this is not working any more as of today. – kraftner Jul 6 '15 at 12:43

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