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Working on fixing wp-front-end-editor, encountering undefined index

Scribu's Frond-End Editor plugin is brilliant, but throws some Strict errors in debug mode. Since I'm using the plugin on a project, I figured I'd fix the errors. (You can see my changes from the ...
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wp_editor removes HTML and inline styles

I use the wp_editor function to display an editor in front-end. The problem is that this editor doesnt behave like the editor in backend based on the settings I give as input: $settings = array( ...
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Display a Meta Box on the frontend and allow user to update it there

I run a multiple author platform where many users have editorial privileges. I'm in the process of moving all editorial tasks from the Post edit page to the front-end (Post preview). I have added an ...
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How to add “Stick this post to the front page” to front end?

I have a baseball related website with multiple authors. I use the "Stick this post to the front page" to denote an "Editor's Pick" on an article. I would like to add a link/button to allow editor to ...
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Plugin: Front-end Editor - User role specific editable content?

(using scribu's front-end-editor) Currently I have several custom fields and taxonomies that appear on posts as they are created by users. Each author is able to edit only their own posts. However, ...
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edit posts through front-end

It's possible to insert posts by users through the front-end by using plugins such as gravity forms or by using wp_insert_post. However, how would one handle the editing of those posts? This has to be ...
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Front end post editing using a form

I have a custom-post type with the standard meta boxes and some custom fields. How could I edit a post through a form in the frontend?
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Best way to strip the_content of html on the front end?

What is the best way to strip *the_content* of html tags and needless spaces on the front end? I'm building a special use theme that needs to allow users who can edit_post to make changes on the front ...