WP Editor is a plugin for WordPress that replaces the default plugin and theme editors as well as the page/post editor.
Yes! This feature was added in version 1.1 of WP Editor. If it's not enabled by default, visit the settings page, click on the "Post Editor" section and enable it there.
Yes! Just use the key combination, CTRL + F or CMD + F and it will open up a search dialog box that will allow you to type in a search string.
Yes! Just hit the Esc key or click on the fullscreen button on the post editor and it will take the editor to the full size of the browser.
Yes! Just visit the settings page and you can disable the active line highlighting there.
If there is a filetype that is not supported by WP Editor, just visit the WP Editor support page and fill out the support form. We will do our best to include it by the next release.
WP Editor uses a custom method for creating quicktags to get them to work with the update. If you use a specific quicktag that is not supported, fill out our support form and we will try to implement it as soon as possible.
Yes! Well, we like to think so. If there is a feature that another plugin has that you think WP Editor should include, let us know. We will do our best to add it in to the plugin!
Yes! While we don't have a need for further developers at this time, any financial contributions are welcome! Just visit the WP Editor website and click on the donate link, and thank you!
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-5-16
1 of 6 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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