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  • I have set up some shortcodes in my functions.php to be used in the editor and would love to highlight them in the editor.
    Is that possible and if so: how?

    Here is what I set up in my functions.php:

    /* Open Div */
    add_shortcode('div', 'be_div_shortcode');
    function be_div_shortcode($atts) {
    	extract(shortcode_atts(array('class' => '', 'id' => '' ), $atts));
    	$return = '<div';
    	if (!empty($class)) $return .= ' class="'.$class.'"';
    	if (!empty($id)) $return .= ' id="'.$id.'"';
    	$return .= '>';
    	return $return;
    }
    
    /* Close Div */
    add_shortcode('end-div', 'be_end_div_shortcode');
    function be_end_div_shortcode($atts) {
    	return '</div>';
    }
     function shortcode_empty_paragraph_fix( $content ) {
    
            $array = array (
                '<p>[' => '[',
                ']</p>' => ']',
                ']<br />' => ']'
            );
    
            $content = strtr( $content, $array );
    
            return $content;
        }
    
        add_filter( 'the_content', 'shortcode_empty_paragraph_fix' );

    Thanx for any answer
    mxmanuel

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/tinymce-advanced/

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  • Plugin Author Andrew Ozz

    @azaozz

    Shortcodes in the editor are just plain text strings. There’s no direct way to highlight them.

    Depending on how you want the users to interact with your shortcode in the editor, you can replace it with a “placeholder image” similarly to how the more and nextpage tags work.

    Thanks a lot for your response.

    mxmanuel

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