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  • CharlesKrause

    (@charleskrause)

    If you keep reading there are tons of WYSIWYG editor plugins that replace the WP-TinyMCE editor with much more sophisticated versions – so you’re not stranded if you want to use a WYSIWYG editor.

    Personally, I think that coding your posts on the text/html/php/css level gives you much more control over your posts – but that’s just me – obviously not everyone agrees.

    Chris_K

    (@handysolo)

    @sevendotro – any version of WordPress over 2.0 has TincyMCE built in.

    sevendotro

    (@sevendotro)

    I have friends who works on web programing… and they recommend me TinyMCE because it’s more stable, ergonomic… & stuff.
    I’m just a designer, I don’t know much stuff in programing field… so here I am 🙂

    I need a simple editor, not such as default wp editor, nothing special… 🙂

    @handysolo I don’t know what are you talking about, sorry 🙂
    “built in” then how can I use it? where can I activate it? 🙂

    moshu

    (@moshu)

    What HandySolo was saying: if you use WordPress 2.0 version or newer (the latest is 2.0.3) the TinyMC thing is built in. No need to download, look for it etc.

    Edit. To activate > admin > Options > Writing for general settings. Or, just for you: admin > Users > Your profile: left bottom corner.

    sevendotro

    (@sevendotro)

    =)) guys do you all think I’m stupid or something else? =))
    That’s realy funny guys :))

    This looks like tinyMCE http://www.iubescbrasovul.ro/tinyMCE-editor.gif not a few options in wp editor.

    Do you understund me now? Or I’m talking alone here?

    Chris_K

    (@handysolo)

    Guess we’re feebs. Sorry to waste your time.

    And don’t forget that TinyMCE can be configured as to what buttons/options to show.

    And don’t forget that TinyMCE is part of WP 2.x. Aside from that… see my first line I guess.

    sevendotro

    (@sevendotro)

    HandySolo, I’m a noob in wp plugins & stuff 🙂 I know
    I just need a editor like this one http://www.iubescbrasovul.ro/tinyMCE-editor.gif what you recommend me 🙂

    THX for your time.

    sevendotro

    (@sevendotro)

    Guys? 🙂
    I’m using right now WYSI-Wordpress (http://mudbomb.com/archives/2005/02/02/wysiwyg-plugin-for-wordpress/) it’s…. ok but with problems, I can’t organize my images in categories….

    WYSIWYG (http://www.moiblog.com/plugins/) dosen’t work. I got erors…

    Anyone? 🙂

    humaneasy

    (@humaneasy)

    @ sevendotro

    TinyMCE is part of WordPress since 2.0 but as it can be higly configured the guys at WP decided to slim it down.

    I too miss a few things like un/ordered lists and a few others always visible in the menu but…

    Point your browser URL to

    yourdomain/wpdir/wp-includes/js/tinymce/wp-mce-help.php

    and you will get more help on using the hidden WordPress’s TinyMCE options.

    I advise you to ask that friend of yours to give you an hand in costumizing TinyMCE in your WP installation if you really need so.

    Samples at http://tinymce.moxiecode.com/example_full.php?example=true

    Info on that, since it is just a TinyMCE thing, can be read at http://tinymce.moxiecode.com/tinymce/docs/

    Hope it helps.

    sevendotro

    (@sevendotro)

    THX! 😉

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