Wordpress Editor PluginThe Wordpress Editor Plugin for the Wordpress Editor
The plugin editor has a text area in which it opens the plugin file. The right side shows all plugin related data.
A dropdown list at the top allows you to choose the plugin you want to work with. It' important to remember that any changes you make directly in the plugin kernel will be overwritten when you upgrade the plugin. Theoretically, you should never use the plugin editor to manipulate a file.
Frequently, programmers use the built-in editor to display the source and make appropriate changes by using a check mark or filtering inside the plugin. If, for any reasons, you need to modify the plugin's kernel files, we suggest that you speak to the plugin auteur first. Maybe there is a better way to achieve what you are trying to do than changing the kernel plugin for it.
And the only excuse we're saying this is because you don't want to waste your precious little bit of effort making the changes every single times you upgrade the plugin. Simultaneously, you do not want to stop performing plugin upgrades as this could pose a serious safety hazard should there be a plugin weakness.
Contrary to the themme editor, if you make a mistake in the language of your plugin editor, it will not exclude you from your WordPress administrator. It' just gonna disable the plugin and tell you the problem.
The TinyMce Plugin - The best extended editor for WordPress
Most of the best WordPress pages use an extended editor that provides additional functionality to the standard WordPress editor WordPress 2.0 WordPress 2.0 WordPress 2.0 WordPress 2.0 WordPress 2.0 WYSIWYG WordPress 2.0 (What you see is what you get). When you look at this screenshots and check it against your standard WordPress editor, you will see what I mean.
Actually, you can use the functions in the extended editor and then deactivate the plugin if you want. TinyMce is mainly used to build spreadsheets and to deactivate the plugin after completion. Additional functions that you can extend your standard editor with TinyMce's extended plugin offering are:
Extended HR, Extended Image, Extended Link, Extended List, Kontextmenü, Emotionen (Smilies), Datum und Uhrzeit, IESpell, Layer, Nonbreaking, Print, Search and Replace, Style, Tabelle, Visual Characters und XHTML Extras, etc. As soon as you have chosen which button to include in your editor, go to Plugin Preferences and simply drop it into your WordPress editor.
In the near term I will write more about how to use the best TinyMce functions in WordPress.