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CategoryTinymce

Version: 3.5.1 Provides the ability to add a fully functional tinymce editor to the category and tag editor to style up the introductory information

Support for this plugin has now ended. When you update to WordPress 3.9 you will lose the editor for the bottom description. I have no time or inclination to continue updated this plugin due to the number of WordPress updates there are each year.

The latest fully supported version of this plugin - compatible with WordPress 3.9 - is available from http://wp.ypraise.com/

This plugin needs at least WordPress 3.3 to work as it uses the new wp_editor call introduced in WP 3.3.

The CategoryTinymce plugin replaces the current category description box with one that has a fully active tinymce editor.

By adding html formatted text in the category description you can spoil the look of the category admin page so this plugin also removes the description column from the admin page to keep it looking nice and manageable.

The plugin has now been extended to include the tag description and admin screens.

There are no setting to configure just upload and activate.

You can now add a second category description at the bottom of the category listing. You need to add the following code to the category template file to get the description to display:

<div class="botdesc">
<?php
if ( is_category() ) {
 
$cat_id = get_query_var('cat');
$cat_data = get_option("category_$cat_id");
if (isset($cat_data['bottomdescription'])){
echo do_shortcode($cat_data['bottomdescription']);
}
                    } 

?>
</div>

you can also set a category image and this is called in your template by:

<div class="category_image">
<?php
$cat_id = get_query_var('cat');
$cat_data = get_option("category_$cat_id");
if (isset($cat_data['img'])){
echo '<img src="'.$cat_data['img'].'">';
}
?>
</div>

The new options are based on code blogged by Ohad Raz at http://en.bainternet.info/

You can add a bottom description to your tag pages using the following code in your template:

<div class="bottagdesc">
<?php
if ( is_tag() ) {
$tag_data = get_option("tag_$tag_id");
if (isset($tag_data['bottomdescription'])){
echo do_shortcode($tag_data['bottomdescription']);
}
                    } 

?>
</div>

You can call the tag image in your template by using:

<div class="tag_image">
<?php
$tag_data = get_option("tag_$tag_id");
if (isset($tag_data['img'])){
echo '<img src="'.$tag_data['img'].'">';
}
?>
</div>

Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.3
Last Updated: 2014-4-22
Downloads: 19,154

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