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[Resolved] Edit CSS Style button missing

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  • Plugin Author Andrew Ozz

    @azaozz

    WordPress Dev

    There is no more styleprops plugin in TinyMCE 4.0. Was looking at adding a simple modal (advanced users only) where styles and class names can be added manually. Will probably be in the next version.

    Yikes… That was single best way of applying custom inline styling without diving into the HTML and made it so that my less-HTML-savvy clients could still manage some more complex content layouts. What a shame…

    Yikes… That was single best way of applying custom inline styling without diving into the HTML and made it so that my less-HTML-savvy clients could still manage some more complex content layouts. What a shame…

    Yep – this was my main reason for using this plugin. Look forward to the next version update.

    I second that. Please bring back the styles button. That was the best feature of this plugin. We used it all the time for applying custom css styles.

    I’ll third that! Please bring back the css styles button…sooo extremely useful!

    I’d like to see styles dropdown return and suggest that the custom style button import the the appearance->edit css file to be able apply inline styles. This is where I put all my individual css customizations. This would help in not having to duplicate it to the editor-sytle.css. Thanks.

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