Extends and enhances TinyMCE, the WordPress Visual Editor.
These styles are imported from your current theme editor-style.css file. However some themes do not have this functionality. For these themes TinyMCE Advanced has the option to let you add a customized editor-style.css and import it into the editor.
Change some buttons on one of the toolbars, save your changes, clear your browser cache, and try again. If that does not work try reloding the Edit page several times while holding down Shift or Ctrl. There may also be a network cache somewhere between you and your host. You may need to wait for a few hours until this cache expires.
The "Emoticons" button in TinyMCE adds the codes for the smilies. The actual images are added by WordPress when viewing the Post. Make sure the checkbox "Convert emoticons to graphics on display" in "Options - Writing" is checked.
Make sure the "Disable the visual editor when writing" checkbox under "Users - Your Profile" is not checked.
Click the "Restore Default Settings" button on the plugin settings page and then set the buttons again and save.
Please post on the support forum or visit the homepage for TinyMCE Advanced.
Requires: 4.7 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.7.1
Last Updated: 1 month ago
Active Installs: 1+ million
2 of 13 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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