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Adding Quicktags when editing instead of WYSIWYG editor

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  • Plugin Author designsimply

    @designsimply

    Tags should already be editable. Can you make sure Settings > Front-end Editor > Post fields > Tags is checked in your settings?

    You should also make sure you are using a well-coded theme. If your current theme doesn’t work, try it with the WordPress default theme temporarily to rule out a theme issue.

    Plugin Author scribu

    @scribu

    I believe s/he meant quicktags, like the ones you see above this forum’s edit form:

    [b] [i] [link] [b-quote] ...

    It would be nice to have this, when the user un-checks the “Enable the WYSIWYG editor” setting. (Currently, you get a basic textarea, with no controls at all).

    I do not plan on working on this, but I would accept a pull request for it: https://github.com/scribu/wp-front-end-editor/issues/99

    Plugin Author designsimply

    @designsimply

    Aha. Thanks for clarifying!

    Exactly, that’s what I meant. Thanks Scribu.

    Is this possible?

    Plugin Author designsimply

    @designsimply

    Is this possible?

    It isn’t. But as scribu mentioned, he will consider adding it if someone writes the code and submits it.

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