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One solution is to use templates you can learn more about those here: http://www.tutorial9.net/tutorials/web-tutorials/custom-wordpress-homepage-with-customizable-widgets/ you can put what ever content you want in there without it being removed
Simple way, do not add content when logged in as admin user but only as author. If you want to go to somewhat extreme, remove the posting capabilities from the admin. Not sure where that will leave you with editing slugs so a proper check of permission will be needed. This answers your question as author user are not allowed to add scripts and iframes into ...
After struggling with it, found the one line solution which works, in callback add: tinymce.execCommand( 'mceAddEditor', true, element.id ); No idea why i couldnt find documentation inside tinymce.
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