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WP Editor

WP Editor is a plugin for WordPress that replaces the default plugin and theme editors as well as the page/post editor.

Average Rating
4.9 out of 5 stars
Fantastic Plugin. 5 Stars for me.
By , for WP 4.4.1

I canĀ“t find any problem with this editor using last wordpress version, it works perfect for me.
Thank you very much Benjamin.

I advise people who have problems with this editor to check for conflicts with other plugins , as many plugins installed before the latest version of wordpress have stopped working or create conflict between them.

The same issue as Sabinooo
By , for WP 4.4.1

Hi Benjamin!

Your plugin is really great, but I have the similar issue as Sabinooo - https://wordpress.org/support/topic/working-well-but-post-editor-uncomfortable-or-broken-user-experience?replies=2. I will not even describe it because it's one in one. I can only give you little bit more info about my environment.

I use the last version of WP, also I use Underscore template. First of all, I installed WP Editor, so it can't be a conflict with different plugins.

Also, I would ask, is there any way (hot keys maybe) to align code in editor. I've met it in another plugin.

Thanks for your job!
Regards, Pavel

Always Worked
By , for WP 4.4

Benjaminprojas you made a great product.

My rating is infinite for this plugin.

Thanks

Great
By ,

Virtually the greatest!

Perfect
By ,

I love it. Thanks!

GRAEAT thanks
By , for WP 4.3.1

awesome!

Working well... but post editor uncomfortable or broken user experience
By , for WP 4.3

Hi.

WordPress 4.3 and WP Editor 1.2.5.2 here, in a first time installation and usage profile, with the purpose to have at last syntax highlighting when I am editing a post and I click the Text tab, to view its source code.

At first the plugin looked great. I had a post that I already had opened in the wordpress post editor, that was already in Text mode, I reloaded the page after activating the plugin, and, hoo, it was perfect.

A minute later I realized that now, though, if I click the Visual mode, and click again to view the Text mode, the text mode "window" does not *replace* the visual mode "window". Nope, I'm made to scroll down in the window, and I discover that, under my post, there is now another "window", in which there's the source code.

Changing text in the Visual window or the Text window doesn't immediately port the changes to the other window, so that makes me believe this is a bug and not a functionality, but of course there's no telling for me.

If it is a feature and not a bug, though, would you consider simply replacing the Text tab entirely, hiding the Visual tab when we click it ?

(Also, the default font isn't the best to read online. I'm a weirdo loving Myriad Web Pro in N++, but maybe a few choices wouldn't hurt.)

Still, thanks for the plugin! I'll check it out later, in a month or two, with high hopes :)

Life Saver
By , for WP 4.3

Using this on a site with no FTP access, where new .js and .php files were needed.

I had already used <?php touch('wp-content/themes/themename/filename.php');?> to create the files, but didn't realise until I installed this that this lets you UPLOAD files too!

Code colouring and line numbers are essential sometimes so this plugin is just fantastic - thank you.

I want to love this but I'm experiencing problems
By , for WP 4.3

This works for a while then starts acting up until you reload the page.

Great
By , for WP 4.3

Just what I was looking for the equivalent of notepad ++ on WordPress.
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