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://tinymce.moxiecode.com/wiki.php/Configuration.

Download this plugin here.

26 Comments

  • #26 by webmaster May 2, 2013 at: 7:56 am

    if the plugin is aktivated tiny don’t show the visuell button and no content in the editor

  • #25 by Martin Rocek October 7, 2012 at: 12:56 pm

    Let me try one more time, in case anyone actually ever reads this. A correctly formatted version of what I tried to post here can be found at: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/tiny-mce-defaults
    Scroll all the way down and look at the last entry; it is shown in a scrollable window.

    Thanks!
    Martin

  • #24 by Martin Rocek September 28, 2012 at: 5:26 pm

    Sorry, the last post lost most of the tags, so it doesn’t make sense. I wish there were a way to edit past posts.

  • #23 by Martin Rocek September 28, 2012 at: 4:34 pm

    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.

  • #22 by Martin Rocek September 22, 2012 at: 12:47 pm

    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?

  • #21 by Martin Rocek September 22, 2012 at: 12:45 pm

    Are comments and questions closed? I can’t seem to post.

  • #20 by Martin Rocek September 18, 2012 at: 8:24 am

    For example, what does

    convert_newlines_to_brs : true
    do?

    Thanks

  • #19 by Martin Rocek September 17, 2012 at: 10:16 am

    Is it possible to use this plugin or the TinyCME Advanced plugin to do either or both of the following:
    (1) In the Visual Editor, switch the default behavior, so that return (or enter) generates a linebreak () whereas shift return (or shift enter) generates a new paragraph ( … )?
    (2) In the Visual Editor, is it possible to find someway so that text pasted in from MS Word puts linebreaks
    around single returns rather than paragraph breaks, and paragraph breaks around double returns?
    This is the behavior for text pasted in from, .e.g., textedit (the default mac editor).

    Thank you in advance!
    Martin

  • #18 by Cindy Barnard August 2, 2012 at: 8:58 am

    My theme (Thesis) does not have an editor-style.css

    So if I wanted to add only a few custom styles to the drop down menu “Styles” within tinymce advanced, where do I place this editor-style.css

    I am guessing I:
    1) check the import editor-style.css” (within advanced options of tinymce advanced settings).
    2) created an editor-style.css file.
    3) Upload it somewhere within my website directory.

    assistance much appreciated!
    _Cindy

  • #17 by Trinzia July 16, 2012 at: 4:37 am

    Hi,
    I’d really like a page on Advanced Configuration inside WordPress, listing things I can add to my functions.php file, such as adding the styles dropdown and the table bar by default instead of doing it manually in the settings. I’d like to choose the default buttons in my theme.

    Also I was hoping you could fix something. This issue exists both in regular and Advanced MCE, a minor but frustrating thing.
    If you create a div element using a style dropdown at the end of your page, there is no selectable area available to add more content. If the last tag in your page is “end div”, then you *must* go to the html view in order to keep adding content to the end of your post. That would make any div styles much less useful for users who don’t want to tinker in html view. I tired css:after, but it’s not very good at creating selectable areas. The whole thing just needs an empty paragraph at the end until the upload button gets pushed.

    Nice job on the plugin. Your drag-drop UI for the toolbars was well-conceived. :)