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You might also look into using the edit_form_after_title action introduced in 3.5 Here's the introduction post for that and edit_form_after_editor. I think you'd need to think through the UI quite we …
answered Apr 12 '13 by mrwweb
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what). Even with using the hooks, I imagine at some point you'll want to enqueue an admin stylesheet to cleanup what remains of the menu markup styles. I would be careful about doing this. For …
answered May 14 '12 by mrwweb
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It sounds like you do want a custom post type, you just want to set the public argument to false. The register_post_type() has lots of arguments that will let you do everything you probably want. Alon …
answered Jan 16 '13 by mrwweb
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than jQuery's). However, if you're going to do that, you really should only do that on the front-end only so at least the admin can correctly assume that the current WP-preloaded jQuery version is …
answered Jul 19 '12 by mrwweb
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I don't know of any plugins that do this, and I'm not sure you'll find one. The closest I can find is the "Mandatory Field" plugin. The specific tasks that you might want are so varied, that I wonder …
answered May 31 '12 by mrwweb
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For TinyMCE, there is a specific function add_editor_style() for enqueuing a stylesheet in the visual editor. If you call that in functions.php you just put editor-style.css in your theme folder and y …
answered Jun 5 '12 by mrwweb