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The wp_editor() function allows plugin and theme developers to render a custom instance of the TinyMCE editor used by WordPress

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I am working with a heavily customized install of WP. I've set up a specific post type, taxonomy, and roles that gets to use just that post type. Ideally, I'd like to restrict members of that role ...
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How to get the input of a TinyMCE editor when using on the front-end?

I'm not sure why I haven't been able to find this, but does anyone know how to get the input of the TinyMCE editor? I am using it in the front end and want to be able to save whatever the user has ...
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Wordpress wp_editor to post and edit

I browsed through all the topics here on stackexchange to find an answer to my problem but couldn't quite get there. This snippet enables you to post from the frontend, but how about editing. Each ...
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wp_editor textarea value not updating

I am using the *_add_form_fields action to add fields to a custom taxonomy. One of those fields is a wp_editor(). The problem I am facing is that when I output the WordPress editor on the page like ...
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How to customize default wordpress editor?

Good to hear that Sonny (wordpress3.3) has the new editor API wp_editor() that gives us the ability to use multiple instances of the editor in our custom fields with ease. But I needed to customize ...
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Tiny MCE not adding p tag when saving theme option

I am adding tinymce edior with new wp_editor() function on theme option page. On submit the theme option sends data to option.php where it saves. But tinymce doesn't seem to convert the line breaks ...