Plugin seems to disable WP Visual Editor in v3.6 (4 posts)

  1. nacnud99
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I have discovered that Embed-width seems to disable the Visual Editor in v3.6. Any chance of a fix for this?

    Can it be because I recently changed the site address URL to be different to the WordPress Address URL :

    i.e. WordPress Address URL = http://www.xxxxx.com/wordpress, site address URL now changed to = http://www.xxxxx.com

    I have just fixed one other plugin that had a problem with this and was also disabling Visual Editor.

    thanks for a good plugin otherwise.


  2. djsven
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hi, I have the very same problem like nacnud99. I moved my blog, and now I use WordPress 3.8.1 (on a Synology DSM) and changed URL to some external domain without /wordpress (it was like that before on the old server and everything worked nicely).
    If I deactivate embed-width, the visual editor is there, if I activate embed-width it's gone (all white).

    nacnud99 did you resolve the issue or find a substitute meanwhile?

  3. nacnud99
    Posted 2 years ago #

    This is from a while ago. I no longer use that plugin and must have found an alternative. I don't think I ever got an answer to this.

  4. djsven
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Thx for the feedback. Do you remember which alternative you found?

    An .htaccess with
    AddType video/mp4 mp4 mp4v mpg4 m4v

    and the following HTML5 seems to work for safari, firefox and chrome:
    <video class="wp-video-shortcode" width="480" height="320" preload="metadata" controls="controls" src="somevideo.m4v" />

    But now I have to find and replace all the [embedwidth...] strings in all blog entries (I guess via mysql)?! Sigh, it would be easier if I could fix the embedwidth plugin, which is great as it was.

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