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  • Hi!
    I’m not sure whether this is the correct forum for my question, so sorry if it isn’t!
    I’m a wordpress beginner with no knowledge/experience with code. when doing the content on my webpage, there used to be an icon in the kitchensink of the text editor that gave me some shortcuts for HTML-code (frames for images, columns etc.). Since the update to 3.9 this icon is missing – has anyone an idea where it went or if it was taken out? It really made life easier for a “no-code-person” like me and would really like to have it back! 😉

    Thanks a lot for any help provided!

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  • esmi

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    there used to be an icon in the kitchensink of the text editor that gave me some shortcuts for HTML-code (frames for images, columns etc.)

    That’s never been part of WordPress by default. Could it perhaps have been added by a plugin?

    Thanks a lot for the quick reply, esmi!
    If it is a plugin, then it is not one that I installed, since this feature has been there from the beginning. Maybe it is part of the template then – I will check this with the author!
    Thank you! 🙂

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