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  • I recently set up a blog for someone and have myself and he as admins. He does the writing, I occasionally touch the theme or install and activate plugins for him. I gave him some instructions on how to manipulate pictures using the WYSIWIG interface. I found out he has a different interface than I do.
    Mine has a visual tab and a code tag right about the text box for the body of the message. This lets me switch back and forth from the two kinds of entry as well as giving me some different options depending on the editor I am working in. His seems to only have the code buttons and no tab to switch between the two interfaces.
    I’m assuming there is a setting somewhere that I set a while back when I set up the blog but I can’t, for the life of me, recall where it is. Can anyone point the way for me?

    If this doesn’t make sense I can post some pictures to compare.

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  • whooami



    On his profile page, enable the rich text editor.

    Sorry for the slow reply.
    I went and looked for it on his profile page that I can view and didn’t see it but I did see the check box on my own profile page that I had overlooked at least half a dozen times. I’ll have him check it off so he has access to the rich text editor.
    Thank you very much.

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