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  • Morjo

    (@morjo)

    anybody today? 🙂

    Jabbok

    (@jabbok)

    You can create any type of class you want in your StyleSheet. Once you insert the LINK into your post you’ll have to add the class manually.

    Morjo

    (@morjo)

    The “manually” is the point, I want to avoid 🙂
    My aim is to let anybody without programming skills change/insert contents on that blog. So I of course try to make everything as easy as possible.

    What I really want in conclusion is to automatically set icons before pdf, odf and other files. I’ve found some Plug-ins (attachment_list, attachment-manager) for that feature, but they don’t seem to work with actual WP-versions…

    Is there any chance to realize this easily?

    Thanks,
    Morjo

    Jabbok

    (@jabbok)

    I understand what you want. I place a YouTube icon before links to YouTube, a Twitter icon before links to Twitter, etc.

    I created a class designation for this in my Stylesheet, which isn’t hard at all, and add the class=”” here: <a class="" href">

    I have a “YouTube” class, a “Twitter” class, etc.

    I don’t know of any other way to accomplish this.

    Morjo

    (@morjo)

    Thanks a lot for your answers. So thats the way I will solve this, too.

    Hope that newer WP-Versions anytime can use defined classes for the drop-down-menu 🙂

    Just wanted to post that I’m looking for the same thing. I’d like to add a class to the dropdown list when created a link. Currently there is only the following:

    • aligncenter
    • alignleft
    • alignright
    • wp-caption
    • ap-caption-dd

    Anybody have any ideas?

    Me too…

    Been looking everywhere, but can’t find that dropdown list, nor any plugin that let me change these predefined classes. It would be a very nice feature to be able to create my own classes!

    Someone please help 🙂

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