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  • Resolved gmurray96

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    I’m starting my first Multisite network. I have 20 clients with an identical site layout. I update all page content for my clients. They only create & edit their blog posts. However, I try to avoid the WYSIWYG editor. Is there a way with Multisite so that the default tab for page editing is the HTML tab, but keep WYSIWYG as the default editor for blog posts?

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  • No, they use the same setting. Mind it’s a per-user setting.

    Thanks, Mika. Loved your “Don’t Use WP Multisite” presentation. It convinced me that Multisite was the right choice for my situation. Go figure…lol. You say “Mind it’s a per-user setting.” Guessing without autocorrect you meant, “Mine is a per-user setting.”

    Would this mean that I, as a super-admin for the network and admin for each of my client sites can choose to turn-off (remove, hide, etc…) the Visual editor when I’m logged in. But, my clients (who will have their own limited-role login) will still be able to create & edit blog posts with the Visual editor?

    No, no, I meant ‘Mind you, it’s a per user setting.’

    That is, my account uses text only, my wife uses GUI. So we each get one.

    Would this mean that I, as a super-admin for the network and admin for each of my client sites can choose to turn-off (remove, hide, etc…) the Visual editor when I’m logged in. But, my clients (who will have their own limited-role login) will still be able to create & edit blog posts with the Visual editor?

    That’s what it means 🙂

    Also? You can use GUI per site too! So site 1 uses GUI, site 2 uses HTML, and so on 😀

    LOL. Classic on the “Mind you”. Thanks, Mika 🙂

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