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You can use wp_editor to display the wordpress rich editor. How can I display the shorter version (Please see the screenshot, I need that) of wp_editor?

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You will want to pass some parameters into your $settings array for wp_editor() that only tells it to display the quicktags for strong,em,ul,ol, and link per your screenshot.

I didn't have time to test it, but this code should give you want you want:

$settings = array(
   // Any previous settings you are currently using     
   'quicktags' => array( 'buttons' => 'strong,em,ul,ol,link' ),
);

wp_editor( '', 'my-short-editor', $settings );

You can replace 'my-short-editor' with anything but keep in mind this will be the id attribute for the resulting editor when rendered.

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this is following code for your editor shorter version.

 $settings = array(
 'quicktags' => array('buttons' => 'em,strong,link',),
 'quicktags' => true,
 'tinymce' => true,
'textarea_rows' => 20,
 'classes' => 'yourclass',
);

or when you're calling the wp_editor:

<?php wp_editor( $content, $editor_id, $settings = array('editor_class'=>'yourclass') ); ?>

Then just set width in css:

 .yourclass {
   width: 400px !important; //add !important if your style is being overriden 
}   

hope this will help you. For more URL 1, URL 2

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