I have installed and configured the TDOMF plug-in successfully and have used widgets to create my “submit a post” page.
My users will not understand the “Allowable Tags” so I would like to reduce the available tags and add simple instructions for each one.
I’ve done this using a text widget but had to use “& lt ; and & gt ;” around each example.
When I save the form format it looks ok (…ish) but EVERY TIME I edit it the “& lt ; and & gt ;” are parsed into tags again so I have to remember to go through and change them all back before I save it.
I was hoping to be able to alter the “submit a post” page template to add these explanations and remove the “extra” tags (the ones I don’t want users to use) but the template isn’t available for editing like standard wordpress templates are (in “Presentation/”Theme Editor”).
I can go through all the pages in the plug-in directory, find the one “responsible” and edit it – but it would be really useful if that option was available in TDOMF admin and even better if the form included a link to “pop” a window explaining the tags.
Is there an easier way or would you consider adding one of these options?
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