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So Im using the tiny_mce_before_init filter to added a few classes to the wp_editor and am getting unexpected results. I havent used this before, but from what Im reading and what my peers tell me I should be able to apply classes to elements in the editor directly, and not creating a wrapper element.

So I have this:

 $new_styles = array(
        array(
            'title' => __( 'Custom Styles', 'title' ),
                          array(
                'title'     => __('Table Header','kjd'),
                'classes'   => 'table-header',
                'wrapper'   => true
            ),
            array(
                'title'     => __('Table Subheader','kjd'),
                'classes'   => 'table-subheader',
                'wrapper'   => true
            )....

From what I understand, both 'inline' and 'block' are optional and the 'wrapper'=>true argument will apply the class to the selected element, and not wrap it in whatever. But no matter which options I apply (like 'wrapper'=>false, or 'block' => 'td' ) work. Anyway, Im told that this funcationality changed in WP 3.9

My goal is to apply some classes to table cells so that when my client copies and pastes in a table, they can style it appropriately. They would click a cell and apply the style to said cell.

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I don't think the wrapper should be a problem, as long as the classes of the TD-elements are unique. Did you check the CSS output using FireBug (or Chrome Developer)? The client should be able to style it, like so

.tinymce .table .table-header td {}
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Well, this still doesn't work how I was led to believe, but I've opted for using the "selector" argument to make specific rules for my tables. so using "selector" => "td" i was able to appropriately target the table cells.

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