The Real WYSIWYG plugin turns the TinyMCE Visual Editor in to a real WYSIWYG editor.
If your theme uses more than onw style sheet, then you should add a filter
real_wysiwyg_style_sheets and add the URI for you stylesheets to the
array that is passed in.
If you have stylesheets that are only for IE 6,
then you can create a filter on
real_wysiwyg_style_sheets_ie and add your
IE 6 stylesheets to it's array.
If you have inline styles that need to be applied, then create a filter on
real_wysiwyg_extra_css and add your required CSS to the string.
You will also need to update you stylesheets so that the CSS that applies
post also applies to an element with a class of
you don't have it already, Firebug for Firefox is excellent for determining
what styles are applied on an element. You can use this to see what is
applied to the
post and create extra rules for the
anything it missed. Finally, I use screenshots of the post in the editor
and as published to compare the styles and tweek the