Advanced TinyMCE Configuration

This plugin is intended for more advanced users that would like to change the default editor configuration or to add more options. It would also be useful for developers that want a quick way to set TinyMCE in a specific way for their clients.

All options for TinyMCE can be found at http://www.tinymce.com/wiki.php/Configuration.

Download this plugin here.

27 thoughts on “Advanced TinyMCE Configuration”

  1. Hello All

    Gr8 enhancement to TinyMCE Advance plugin. Thanks a lot for both plugins. I loved tinymce advance the moment I activated it. But had few bumps while enabling style_formats to the point i was about to discard this lovely plugin.

    Bear with me the long story but it might help someone :)

    For me style_formats were working by manually adding related code to my theme function file but I wanted tinymce cool features + custom format. Somehow I first tried tweaking the main plugin but it didn’t work. Settings got loaded properly as per tinymce instructions but they were not taking effect. Then I stumbled upon this utility again the same. I was able to add style_formats via backend interface but still not effects. My format dropdown just loaded styles for editor_css. No custom defined styles!

    At the very last moment i just noticed an option in main tinymce advance plugin “Load the CSS classes used in editor-style.css and replace the Formats button and sub-menu.” And for me it was check ! Poor bad mistake but it really caused me to abandon this gr8 utility. It was straight forward my tinymce advance was intentionally not loading style_formats as defined. After disabling this option custom formats worked like a charm. It worked via all ways i-e Adding code in theme funtion.php , tweaking parent plugin init method or defining it via configuration plugin.

    All hail for TINYMCE creators and TINYMCE WordPress Plugin developer :) Hope this post will help someone

  2. More detailed information–any help would be GREATLY appreciated:
    when I tried that using the Advanced TinyMCE Configuration plugin by Andrew Ozz , I found:

    If I use it to set 
    forced_root_block to false, 
    nothing changes. 

    If I set forced_root_block to true, which I expected to do nothing, it breaks the editor: 
    The buttons don’t work, and anything that I type into the Visual editor 
    gets wiped out when I switch to html.

    If I set forced_root_block to just a space,
    when I typed in 

    test
    test
    test
    test

    test
    test

     it produces the following html:

    < >< >test

    test
    test
    test

    test
    test

    which displays as 

    test

    test
    test
    test
    test
    test

    after submitting.

    Finally, if I set forced_root_block to div,
    when I typed in 

    test
    test
    test
    test

    test
    test

    it produces

    test
    test
    test
    test

    test
    test

    which displays as 

    test
    test
    test
    test
    test
    test

    and there seems to be no way to produce a break.

    I hope that this data is useful.

  3. My question, which seems to be rejected, is that I am trying to use this plugin to set forced root block
    to false, but it doesn’t seem to do anything; is this plugin compatible with the latet BBpress?

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