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  • Went to your link and I can’t see where you can change font size or color. Is that a feature of this editor or do you plan on adding this later? I’m changing font size and color by adding quicktag buttons in the quicktag.js file in addition to adding horizontal lines and a few other things.
    Looking forward to following this.

    Don’t go by the screenshot. That’s the old version and the new one looks a bit different.
    By default, you can change both font color and text background color. Changing fontsize is not enabled by default, but you can easily add it. Open edit-form-advanced.php. Go to line 154 and you will see a list that looks like this:
    config.toolbar = [ [ “bold”, “italic”, “underline”,
    Add “fontsize” to the beginning of the list, so that it looks like this:
    config.toolbar = [ [ “fontsize”, “bold”, “italic”, “underline”,

    Hello – I’m a newbie on this site and am just setting up WordPress. I am interested in this WYSIWYG hack to set up some editable pages for a website (for someone who can’t edit html).
    In short – what can I read to learn how to set this up?
    Thanks!

    Ricecakes: It’s pretty easy to set-up. You can find instructions in the readme file in the download. Basically, you just copy the htmlarea folder to your wp-admin folder and overwrite your edit-form-advanced.php file with the one in the archive.

    ricecakes

    (@ricecakes)

    Thanks Joe, I’ll give’r a try.

    spdobro

    (@spdobro)

    Thanks a lot for that hack! Saved my day!

    Anonymous

    I noticed the possibility of changing the font size too — what other things are configurable? Thanks!

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