As you all may know the default WordPress post editor is based on the TinyMCE WYSIWYG editor. A big advantage in my opinion is that the post editor only contains the really necessary items for formatting text. But sometimes you just want to add something to it. Click here to find out how you can achieve this.
Recently a client of mine wanted to have the post editor in WordPress mimic the styles used on the front-end. And although I’m a big fan of WYSIWYM and rather not use WYSIWYG editors at the end of the day the client pays the bill. Continue reading “Changing the style of the default WordPress post editor”