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  • Fiona

    (@feesplacegooglemailcom)


    Hi there,

    I’ve got two websites so I know what the new editor looks like compared to the classic.

    My original website used the classic editor and I had a plugin so I could continue to use it. But I’ve decided, after using the new editor on my newer website, that I’d like to use the new editor on my older website as well.

    However, when I’ve deleted the plugin to allow me to continue to use ‘classic editor’ it seems to be stuck so I only get a few of the options available with the new editor. i.e. there is no option to change the text size, colour, font, etc. How do I get access to all of this stuff?

    Help!

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Unlike the old editor, the block editor has many of the settings on the right-hand side. For example, when you click on text inside the text-block you should see some options for Text Settings, Color Settings, and Advanced Settings where you’ll be able to set CSS classes. I’ve provided an image example below:

    https://imgur.com/a/LEgvA9k

    If you’re looking for more options than what’s available there I suggest installing TinyMCE Advanced by Andrew Ozz which will allow you to customize the available options.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 7 months ago by Howdy_McGee.
    Thread Starter Fiona

    (@feesplacegooglemailcom)

    Thanks Howdy_McGee – where can I change the font? Is this available with the TinyMce thing?

    Thread Starter Fiona

    (@feesplacegooglemailcom)

    I couldn’t get this to work – I installed the plugin but none of the options I wanted would work. So I’ve gone back to using the Classic Editor plugin. Do I still need the TinyMCE Advanced plugin when using the Classic Editor plugin?
    This latest shiz has thrown me for a loop!

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