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  • Plugin Author Josh



    Go into the settings for Ultimate Tinymce and make sure you have the “styleprops” button enabled. (It looks like two little “a”s imposed over each other.)

    Then, go back to your editor… select the text where you want to create the border… and click the button.

    Now, click the “border” tab in the new popup window.

    Here… you can specify pretty much everything having to do with a border.

    Lastly… click “Apply”… and revel in your glory!!

    Hi Josh,

    Thanks for your prompt reply.
    I enabled “styleprops” button. we can set “style” “width” & “color”

    when i set the border, the html is something like <p style="border-style: solid;">BLUE</p> the border is around all text.

    I just want to set the border around one word, as the screenshot.

    Would you please more detailed guideline?

    Plugin Author Josh


    I’m not sure I follow what you are saying.

    Can you please provide a screenshot of what is happening?

    Hi Josh,

    please take a look at
    the upper image is from your screenshot, the lower red boarder is created by me.

    I would like to create the border exactly as your screenshot, blue border around the word “BLUE”.

    Plugin Author Josh


    Okay, I’m so brain dead right now, I can’t even remember how I did that originally.

    But… here is a way I know works.

    1. Make sure you have the “HTML5 Tags” button enabled.
    2. Select the text.
    3. Click the button.
    4. Click the <span> button.
    5. In the “style attributes” box… include the border statement: border:1px solid #0000FF;

    Click Update… and it will apply it to just the selection rather than the entire block.

    Hi Josh,

    It works. Thanks.

    Plugin Author Josh


    You bet.

    (Please mark thread as resolved)


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