WYSIWYG is an acronym for "What You See Is What You Get". In computing, a WYSIWYG editor is a system in which content (text and graphics) displayed onscreen during editing appears in a form closely corresponding to its appearance when printed or displayed as a finished product, which might be a ...

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Add TinyMCE to CPT metaboxes in 3.1?

Been looking around for an alternative to this method: http://allcreatives.net/2011/02/02/using-the-native-wordpress-tinymce-wysiwyg-editor-with-your-custom-post-meta-textareas/ To add the WYSIWYG ...
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WYSIWYG – Getting the “link” button from HTML mode in Visual mode

Pretty much as the title says, I want to use the "link" button from the HTML mode in the Visual Mode in the WYSIWYG editor (the link/unlink in visual is to "advanced" for my liking). Is this possible ...
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wysiwyg is scrambled

I have a problem with the wordpress editor. It keeps removing my enters and scrambling the content. How can I solve this problem?
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content gets scrambled

Every time someone edits our blog the content is displaying all wrong. It looks perfect in the wysiwyg editor but when you publish the page the content is completely wrong (pictures displayed next to ...
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How to allow <video> html5 tag in Wordpress

Currently I am running a Wordpress MU blog using the Unfiltered MU plugin. However, when I try to insert an HTML5 tag, it gets stripped away. I believe it may be the WYSIWYG editor cleaning the ...
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Highlight Syntax Inline

I'm looking for a plugin that is compatible up to the current version of WordPress (3.1.1 as of writing of this question) and that supports some kind of inline highlighting of programming language ...
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Can Rich Text features be configured per user?

There are obviously different types of users (from power-users to casual authors). WordPress's Rich Text editor is based on TinyMCE - which has a lot of features. Most of these features are ...
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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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two tinyMCE editors in the same page

I've used this method to enter the first editor: on functions.php: function add_admin_theme_styles() { wp_enqueue_style('thickbox'); } add_action('admin_print_styles', ...
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What are the better WYSIWYG post editor replacement alternatives?

I hate the built-in WYSWIG editor for WordPress. (EDIT: Editors of the sites I support hate it, which in turn makes more work for me. Hence, I hate it.) I know there are some alternatives out there, ...
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Is Using WordPress Supplied WYSIWYG Advisable?

I have been considering using the the_editor function to create WYSIWYG editors in my own pages. Is using the WordPress's inbuilt WYSIWYG editor in a plugin meant for general distribution advisable? ...
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Inserting code to HTML view from a pop up initiated from visual view

I am trying to insert html into the HTML view.What i have done is to have tinymce advanced(a wordpress plugin) button that throws a popup and in it is all the necessary things to insert the html.The ...
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Theme Advanced Styles in Visual Editor and Paragraphs

After i add these codes to functions.php: add_editor_style(); function childtheme_mce_btns2($orig) { return array('formatselect','styleselect', 'underline', 'justifyfull', 'forecolor', '|', ...