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First thing to mention is that you don't need to use wp_register_style if enqueuing within the same function. You can replace it with wp_enqueue_style and remove the duplicate. As for why your stylesheet isn't loading, start by checking the file path. Try this instead: wp_enqueue_style('cl-chanimal-styles', plugin_dir_url( __FILE__ ) . ...


You can set the priority in hook. Priority is the 3rd parameter in the hook. In the following example, wp_enqueue_scripts will have priority of 99 which is higher than normal priority. Default priority is 10. So it will load at last function load_last_style() { wp_enqueue_style( 'style-name', get_stylesheet_uri() ); } add_action( 'wp_enqueue_scripts', ...


Allowing user to control code is explicitly unsafe operation. As you note the purpose of sanitization is pretty much to not let user slip in anything executable and/or with malicious intent. To "sanitize" executable code you would need programmatic understanding of it (code parser) and criteria engine to distinguish what is safe and what is not. For such ...


It would be more efficient to add a container with a certain class name around content that has been created with the HTML tab. That way you're avoiding the code getting bulky.


you can use: add_filter('the_content', 'addClassToLinks'); function addClassToLinks($content){ return str_replace( '<a ', "<a class='myclass'", $content); } But i don't recommend it. Just add in theme an specific class for container of the content. It is cleaner and use in css: .myclass a { // css for a that is fount inside myclass }


You can use Advanced Tinymce plugin to solve your problem. This plugin enables the advanced features of TinyMCE, the WordPress WYSIWYG editor. It includes 15 plugins for TinyMCE that are automatically enabled or disabled depending on what buttons are chosen. You can see demo here.

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