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[resolved] HTML Editor for Pages & WYSIWYG for Blog Posts? (5 posts)

  1. gmurray96
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    Posted 9 months ago #

    I'm starting my first Multisite network. I have 20 clients with an identical site layout. I update all page content for my clients. They only create & edit their blog posts. However, I try to avoid the WYSIWYG editor. Is there a way with Multisite so that the default tab for page editing is the HTML tab, but keep WYSIWYG as the default editor for blog posts?

  2. No, they use the same setting. Mind it's a per-user setting.

  3. gmurray96
    Member
    Posted 9 months ago #

    Thanks, Mika. Loved your "Don't Use WP Multisite" presentation. It convinced me that Multisite was the right choice for my situation. Go figure...lol. You say "Mind it's a per-user setting." Guessing without autocorrect you meant, "Mine is a per-user setting."

    Would this mean that I, as a super-admin for the network and admin for each of my client sites can choose to turn-off (remove, hide, etc...) the Visual editor when I'm logged in. But, my clients (who will have their own limited-role login) will still be able to create & edit blog posts with the Visual editor?

  4. No, no, I meant 'Mind you, it's a per user setting.'

    That is, my account uses text only, my wife uses GUI. So we each get one.

    Would this mean that I, as a super-admin for the network and admin for each of my client sites can choose to turn-off (remove, hide, etc...) the Visual editor when I'm logged in. But, my clients (who will have their own limited-role login) will still be able to create & edit blog posts with the Visual editor?

    That's what it means :)

    Also? You can use GUI per site too! So site 1 uses GUI, site 2 uses HTML, and so on :D

  5. gmurray96
    Member
    Posted 9 months ago #

    LOL. Classic on the "Mind you". Thanks, Mika :)

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