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WP Super Edit

Get control of the WordPress wysiwyg visual editor and add some functionality with more buttons and custom TinyMCE plugins.

Visit the WP Super Edit Bugs, Feature Requests & Change Log for more information about changes, current issues, and planned development.

2.5

  • The following plugins have been removed by the TinyMCE development team: advhr, advimg, advlink, style, xhtmlxtras.
  • Developmental plugins for WP Super Edit Emotions, WP Super Edit Classes, WP Super Edit Upgrade removed.

2.4.7

  • Migrate from depreciated functions.
  • Update TinyMCE Plugins to 3.5.8
  • Start testing for JSON data migration.

2.4.6

  • Fix $wpdb->prepare() errors.

2.4.5

  • Remove "default ''" from MySQL for dbDelta since text and defaults don't play well everywhere.

2.4.4

  • Bring back wp_tiny_mce() for WordPress 3.2 compatibility.

2.4.3

  • Using Andrew Ozz's method for loading language files inline. Fixes some issues with multisite and various js restrictions.
  • Introduce buttons and support for Distraction Free Writing.
  • Minor bug fixes to eliminate warnings

2.4.2

  • Another fix for Font Tools issues. Eegistered plugins can assign URL, blank, or none in DB.

2.4.1

  • Fix for Font Tools issues.

2.4

  • Update included TinyMCE pluigns to TinyMCE version 3.9.3 package.
  • Dependency checks for WP Super Edit sub-plugins.
  • Introduce WP Super Edit Upgrade Utility Plugin to correct my old mistakes and remove depreciated plugins and buttons.

2.3.8

  • Fix Custom CSS Classes plugin supporting multiple CSS files thanks @atomas

2.3.7

  • Use plugin_url() for better multi-site and domain mapping support

2.3.6

  • Cleanup effort to remove warnings and depreciated functions
  • minor fixes for Theme Class sub-plugin

2.3

  • WordPress 3.0.1 support (beta multi-site support)
  • Removing callback functionality, so additional TinyMCE external plugins can be added by building independent WordPress plugins.
  • uninstall.php to do the right thing when you delete this crap.
  • Moved Super-CSS-Classes and Super-Emoticons to separate plugins in this package.
  • A hopefully a better method of setting up default TinyMCE settings.

2.2

  • WordPress 2.8 compatibility fixes.
  • Big cleanup to move some of the interface class functions to normal php functions.
  • A bug fix from vituko that should work better with some server setups.
  • Removed backwards compatibility checks because several changes to TinyMCE and WordPress make backwards compatibility prohibitive to maintain.
  • It is now using jQuery UI scripts that ship with WordPress. No more stupid big JS downloads for button settings.
  • Updates to most of the packaged TinyMCE plugins for TinyMCE 3.2.4.1 (that is a bunch of dots)

2.1

  • A bonus backport added as suggested by vituko that should make things work on more server setups.
  • Add font tag styling options for font face, size, etc as requested in wordpress.org forums.
  • Fix missing bad javascript URL for admin interface.
  • Switch to template_redirect method for settings scanning using a pseudo tinymce init.
  • Do version checks and remove javascript caching options for WordPress 2.7.
  • Clean up CSS for WordPress 2.7

2.0.x and Earlier

  • Sorry didn't keep good notes for these changes. WP Super Edit 2.0 was a major rewrite to make this plugin compatible with WordPress 2.5 to 2.6.

Requires: 3.9 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-6-9
Downloads: 258,421

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