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Use stripslashes to remove the slashes. For example: echo stripslashes( $field );


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OK, attempting to remove the with jQuery is counter intuitive. Modifying it via output buffering is inefficient. And we shouldn't edit the actual widget code itself, since this will revert back next time we update WordPress. I would suggest either creating your own text widget, or simply extend and modify the existing WordPress widget as follows (put the ...


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In the latest version of WordPress, there a text color option in the default WYSIWYG, which is TinyMCE. Look for this option: Custom styling for tables is not supported by default in WordPress.



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