Disable Visual Editor WYSIWYG

Description

This plugin will disable the visual editor for selected page(s)/post(s)/custom post types. The idea behind this came after i had to keep the html intact by the tinymce editor whenever i switched back to Visual tab in the editor.

Screenshots

  • Here you can see the panel where you can disable the visual editor.

Installation

  1. Upload directory disable-visual-editor-wysiwyg to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

FAQ

How to disable/enable wysiwyg editor for page/post?

Go to admin section where you add/edit new page/post and you will see small panel on the right called “Visual Editor” with a checkbox saying “Disable”. When you thick it and update the post, you will no longer be able to edit the page/post until you unthick and update the page/post.

Reviews

Great when you need it!

I’ve only had to use this with a couple of my posts, but it made life so easy. Switching between the visual and text editors can really break your formatting. It’s nice to be able to disable that. Thanks for the great plugin.

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Contributors & Developers

“Disable Visual Editor WYSIWYG” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

1.7.1

  • Small changes in the documentation

1.7

  • Fixed visual bug for version 4.1
  • Russian translation ( thanks to Aurumdao )
  • Bulgarian translation

1.6

  • You can now disable the editor for all posts/pages/custom post types.

1.5.2

  • Only super admins can disable/enable the editor. Full screen button is now hidden when tinymce is disabled.

1.5.1

  • Fixed meta-value duplication

1.5

  • Custom post types and improvements

1.4.1

  • Minor change

1.4

  • Simplified and improved

1.3

  • Quick fix for 3.3

1.2

  • Quick fix for 3.3

1.1

  • Quick fix for 3.2

1.0

  • Released.