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The default visual editor in WordPress is Tiny MCE. There is an API that allows users to adapt the visual editor to their needs. It is possible to use other visual editors as well.

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I just found out you can do it this way too, where you can keep using the original array and not have to use additional filters: Instead of the array keys being named theme_advanced_buttons*, they ar …
answered Jul 27 '18 by Brett
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I'm trying to cutomise the TinyMce editor within WordPress and I took this code from an older WP site I did, but the buttons I have set don't seem to be working, for example, this is what I have: add …
asked Jul 26 '18 by Brett
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I'm using TinyMce inside WordPress and I have customised the button layout like so: add_filter( 'tiny_mce_before_init', 'blm_format_tiny_mce' ); add_filter( 'mce_buttons', 'blm_extended_editor_mce_bu …
asked Jul 27 '18 by Brett