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Simply click the 'list icon' in the WordPress visual editor to create a list, then surround the list in 'Code view' with <div style="float: right"> ... </div> Probably the most user-friendly way of doing this would be to create a new visual editor button which creates the <div> and list for you. Your user would then simply add each list ...
Generally since WordPress' biggest selling point is it's content management, what clients want the most are sites they can edit without any code in the way or any chances that they might break something - so putting html in the text editor beyond unordered/ordered lists is bad practice and defeats the point of making content easy to manage. Judging by the ...
Now Here is what I have already did to make it work: Disabling plugin from FTP Which plugin? Switching theme by renaming the selected theme folder Checking for Space after and before, After and before what? Replacing WP files with fresh download You stopped too soon. PHP is telling you what problems are occurring and ...
Sorry for being dense, you need to grab the object, overwrite the key you want to set and then save the updated object as the new option: $my_plugin_settings = get_option('my_plugin_settings'); $my_plugin_settings->object_key = 'new_value'; update_option('my_plugin_settings', $my_plugin_settings);
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