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Tiny MCE custom styles, and preview in the backend

I've added the styles dropdown list to my TinyMCE editor in Wordpress. If I select the style, and preview it on the front end, it looks exactly like I expect it to. However, I'd like to preview it ...
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How to remove_filter that filters iframes in posts? [duplicate]

Which filter if removed allows iframes to be inserted into wordpress posts?
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445 views

Remove inline styles from the_content?

Is there a way to remove any inline styles made by the WP Editor i.e. Font Size?
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Adding TinyMCE buttons without removing plugin buttons?

I'm developing a plugin that I'll install for all my clients to make WordPress slightly easier to use for them. One of the things it will change is the default TinyMCE configuration. It'll add things ...
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How do I add a listbox to the TinyMCE editor?

I am having trouble adding a list box to the TinyMCE editor in Wordpress. I have already read entirely through this question but it did not get me all the way there: How i can i add a split button or ...
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When adding buttons to the tinyMCE editor, how do I make them wrap to the next line and/or display in the “Kitchen Sink” area?

I'm successfully adding buttons to the TinyMCE editor in Wordpress, but the problem is they all show up to the right of the Kitchen Sink button and I have so many that I need them to display on a new ...
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How to remove commenters ability to add hyperlinks to comments?

I'd like to be able to filter out a commenters ability to add hyperlinks in their comment text. I removed the "websites" field from the mix to reduce the amount of spammage already (see: Removing ...
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How can I filter Microsoft Word gunk from pasted content?

I have some users who are posting to a group blog and are able to cut-and-paste but their pastes include things like: <!– /* Font Definitions */ @font-face {font-family:”Cambria Math”; panose-1:2 ...