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  • The new TinyMCE Wysiwyg feature is excellent but is there a way to use its table editing feature in WordPress?

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  • OK, I finally got it working for me with the following code:

    <?php
    /*
    Plugin Name: Advanced WYSIWYG Editor
    Plugin URI: http://www.labnotes.org/
    Description: Adds more styling options to the WYSIWYG post editor.
    Version: 0.2
    Author: Assaf Arkin
    Author URI: http://labnotes.org/
    License: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike
    Tags: wordpress tinymce
    */

    if (isset($wp_version)) {
    add_filter("mce_plugins", "extended_editor_mce_plugins", 0);
    add_filter("mce_buttons", "extended_editor_mce_buttons", 0);
    add_filter("mce_buttons_2", "extended_editor_mce_buttons_2", 0);
    add_filter("mce_buttons_3", "extended_editor_mce_buttons_3", 0);
    }

    function extended_editor_mce_plugins($plugins) {
    array_push($plugins, "table", "fullscreen", "emotions", "advlink", "advimage", "searchreplace", "iespell");
    return $plugins;
    }

    function extended_editor_mce_buttons($buttons) {
    return array("cut", "copy", "paste", "separator", "undo", "redo", "separator", "search,replace", "separator", "iespell", "charmap", "emotions", "separator", "link", "unlink", "anchor", "image", "separator", "removeformat", "code", "fullscreen", "wordpress", "wphelp");
    }

    function extended_editor_mce_buttons_2($buttons) {
    return array(
    "formatselect", "bold", "italic", "underline", "strikethrough", "sub", "sup", "separator", "justifyleft", "justifycenter", "justifyright", "justifyfull", "separator", "bullist", "numlist", "outdent", "indent", "separator", "forecolor", "backcolor", "separator", "hr");
    return $buttons;
    }

    function extended_editor_mce_buttons_3($buttons) {
    // Add buttons on the third toolbar line
    return $buttons;
    }
    ?>

    This didn’t work for me. I even emptied my cache and did a shift+refresh in the “Write” panel after copying and pasting the code above, and I still didn’t see the iespell button. Maybe it’s because I”m on Firefox <i>and</i> on a Mac.

    Anyway, I think the only answer is for me to deactivate the WYSIWYG. That’s a shame, because I thought it was the most obviously beneficial feature in 2.0. Without it, I’m not entirely sure why I upgraded in the first place.

    I’m not sure what value WYSIWYG has without spellcheck. As a writer, I’d much rather just write than have to deal with code. I’d prefer not to even see it if I don’t have to. It’s not because I don’t know how to code HTML. I’ve been working on the web for years, and know more than enough HTML code to do what I want. It’s just that now I’d rather deal with content, and it’s easier to write and edit when I don’t have to constantly distinguise content from code.

    So, that’s why I was looking forward to the WYSIWYG. It isn’t broken, but it doesn’t have the feature I most want in a WYSIWYG, and it cannot be added in any way that works on the platform, browser and system I use.

    Therefore, I shall go back to having to sort code from content, and trying to ignore my external spellcheck when it cites code as misspellings, I guess. As I do, I’ll be wondering why I upgraded in the first place.

    Its always such a pleasure to read a post and find the answer to your problem. I needed to dick around a little, but this thread has given me the start of what I am looking for.

    I now have most of the extended set of WYSIWYG controls working in WP 2.0, but I am wondering how I can get the full set going. Looking in the examples of the TinyMCE download package, there is an advanced example that has everything under the sun.

    On top of which the spell checker in the extended set ISNT appearing, although it appears to be called in the code.

    Does anyone have any comments or suggestions for a writer who is a little slow on the coding front?

    Just as an addition to this. I have been able to get a few more of the plugins showing up with the following code. What DOESNT seem to work is what seems to be called, in the TinyMCE full example, as part of the advanced template. When I add some of those, the MCE tool bar disappears completely.

    My working code is as follows, although there are a few things (like iespell and insertdatetime) that are not showing at all.

    <?php
    /*
    Plugin Name: Advanced WYSIWYG Editor
    Plugin URI: http://www.labnotes.org/
    Description: Adds more styling options to the WYSIWYG post editor.
    Version: 0.2
    Author: Assaf Arkin
    Author URI: http://labnotes.org/
    License: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike
    Tags: wordpress tinymce
    */

    if (isset($wp_version)) {
    add_filter(“mce_plugins”, “extended_editor_mce_plugins”, 0);
    add_filter(“mce_buttons”, “extended_editor_mce_buttons”, 0);
    add_filter(“mce_buttons_2”, “extended_editor_mce_buttons_2”, 0);
    add_filter(“mce_buttons_3”, “extended_editor_mce_buttons_3”, 0);
    }

    function extended_editor_mce_plugins($plugins) {
    array_push($plugins, “table”, “fullscreen”, “emotions”, “advlink”, “advimage”, “advhr”, “searchreplace”, “iespell”, “paste”, “insertdatetime”, “preview”, “zoom”, “flash”);
    return $plugins;
    }

    function extended_editor_mce_buttons($buttons) {
    return array(“cut”, “copy”, “paste”, “pastetext”, “pasteword”, “separator”, “undo”, “redo”, “separator”, “search,replace”, “separator”, “iespell”, “charmap”, “emotions”, “flash”, “advhr”, “insertdatetime”, “separator”, “link”, “unlink”, “anchor”, “image”, “separator”, “removeformat”, “code”, “fullscreen”, “wordpress”, “wphelp”, “preview”, “zoom”);
    }

    function extended_editor_mce_buttons_2($buttons) {
    return array(
    “formatselect”, “bold”, “italic”, “underline”, “strikethrough”, “sub”, “sup”, “separator”, “justifyleft”, “justifycenter”, “justifyright”, “justifyfull”, “separator”, “bullist”, “numlist”, “outdent”, “indent”, “separator”, “forecolor”, “backcolor”, “separator”, “tablecontrols”);
    return $buttons;
    }

    function extended_editor_mce_buttons_3($buttons) {
    // Add buttons on the third toolbar line
    return $buttons;
    }
    ?>

    Hi, I posted info on getting a spellchecker to work here: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/53870?replies=3#post-299009

    Thanks, thats got me a step closer. I have posted some more issues in the other thread.

    There seem to be a few plugins that when called, dont show up in the toolbar. An example was the spell checker. Another couple of examples insertdatetime and zoom.

    I also cant figure out what plugin drives the “clean up code” buton.

    I am not sure what is causing the problem, although given my recent experience with spellercheck, I suspect the problem is that there is something missing or configured wrong.

    Any suggestions from anyone would really be apprecaited.

    nice to see the editor integrated into this version, but is there any hope for adding an “ipload image” button…. HTMLAREA3 had this, but is no longer being supported… I tried like hell to get it to work, but tinyMCE kept overrriding HTMLAREA3….. I used HTMLAREA3 with a zencart install for a client, and it works flawlessly…….

    My clients that I am using wordpress for arent saavy enough to figure out the upload utility with wordpress, let alone cutting and pasting the url of the image into their posts….

    thanks for any help…..

    Hi,

    I’m using WP 2.01, and I’ve got the tablecontrols showing up flawlessly, but after I hitthe insert button on the table popup, well….nothing. The popup window stays open, and no table code is inserted.

    So close…and yet so far. Anyone have an insight? Using FF 1.5, btw.

    chromecow, same problem here. Only I have the MS script debugger and I get an error message. If you use FF you can probably also see an error message in the javascript console.

    This seems to be the problem:tinyMCEPopup.restoreSelection();

    Maybe I can hack it. Will let you know.

    I still can’t get the tables to show up. I’m supposed to upload the “tables” folder from TinyMCE to this folder, right?

    wp-includes/js/tinymce/plugins/

    I can see the Tiny buttons (not the table buttons) and they work fine UNTIL I actually upload that folder, then it reverts to the quick tags.

    I’m only trying to the get the table functions to work because it seems to be a collection of buttons just like the “Paste Word” button (is a part of the Paste collection) and I really want the Paste Word button.

    I’ve tried all of the code above, pasted, uploaded, deleted, re-uploaded, ctrl+F5 refresh, activated/deactivated plugin, etc. but starting to see double … Could it be:

    — file permissions? (CHMOD)
    — uploading in binary, ascii, auto?
    — something else I’m missing?

    Thanks. Tired. Did get the “fontselect” button to work as a client wanted that, thank you.

    Best,

    – Bradley

    Finally got the buttons I wanted working (Paste from Word and Paste as Plain Text). Turns out, there was a version issue with Tiny MCE and Eduo gave the link to download Tiny MCE version 2.0.2 that did the trick!

    Update to Comment 2 by Bricolou:

    He meant to say open “tiny_mce_gzip.php” which is located at:
    …\wp-includes\js\tinymce\tiny_mce_gzip.php

    Also line numbers in this file may vary by version of WordPress so just look for the lines that look like the ones he mentions.

    Also be sure to hit shift+refresh when you’re done in order to see the changes.

    Re the request for “TinyMCE/Firefox spell checker solution”: that could be useful for some people, but since Firefox 2 will come built-in with a spellchecker (a beta version of which I am using now and is marking “spellchecker” as misspelled), it’s probably not essential.

    i want to use no follow option in the editor any suggestion

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