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TinyMCE is a platform independent web based Javascript HTML WYSIWYG editor control released as Open Source under LGPL. TinyMCE has the ability to convert HTML TEXTAREA fields or other HTML elements to editor instances.

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The above answer works, however it breaks every time WordPress is updated, isn't portable, and modifies core WordPress files (a huge no no). It can be done entirely within hooks and filters in functi …
answered Feb 1 '12 by Tom J Nowell
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Adding JS to the content is very, very bad practice, and it's just asking to be hacked. Add it via a shortcode, or if you really must, use a post meta/custom fields to store the js and display it aft …
answered Oct 2 '12 by Tom J Nowell
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Updated for TinyMCE 4 I've made some progress Load a wp_editor in the initial page load in a hidden div, then do the AJAX call to grab the editor markup. While in PHP, you will need to retrieve … TinyMCE instances like this: function tinyMCE_bulk_init( editor_ids ) { var init, ed, qt, first_init, DOM, el, i; if ( typeof(tinymce) == 'object' ) { var editor; for ( e …
answered Mar 28 '13 by Tom J Nowell
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When displaying your values on the frontend, run it through the filter: 'the_content'. There is also a function that must be called prior to prepare the content in the text input.
answered Nov 18 '11 by Tom J Nowell
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); }); }, getInfo: function() { return { longname: 'TypeKit For TinyMCE', author: 'Tom J Nowell', authorurl: 'http://tomjn.com …
answered Mar 5 '13 by Tom J Nowell
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Use add_editor_style e.g.: functions.php add_editor_style('custom-editor-style.css'); http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/add_editor_style
answered Apr 11 '12 by Tom J Nowell