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TinyMCE is the standard WordPress visual editor and it might be the best choice for a lot of WordPress websites. Unfortunatly it always required some time and a lot of knowledge to customize and style it to your needs. Using this following Plugin will reduce this problem. Clients tend to get crazy if they have […]
1. December 2012
As it is happens quite often that the rich editor of WordPress is a barrier concerning posts including difficult HTML, I wrote a Plugin. I am planning to release an improved version to the WordPress Plugin repository soon, but I think this works quite well for now: // Deactivate Visual Editor if option is […]
25. June 2012
Why does WordPress need another Header Images Plugin? Really, there are a lot of Plugins for this purpose so why did I have to write another one? The answer is: All these plugins have a lot of code, it is hard to extend these by oneself and unfortunatly none if these is really simple to […]
28. January 2012
Recently I had to fix a bunch of really annoying problems with this combination. Duplicated contents, automatically inserted line breaks and problems with the custom styles for TinyMCE really caused me to hate these Plugins. The reason for most of the problems is qTranslate though. If you experience similar problems, the following "library" will be […]
Recently, when working on a WordPress website for a huge amount of users, a customer was unsatisfyied with the WordPress backend search for users. The default backend search only is searching for your search string in usernames, but not for first name, last name or email of users. As most WordPress projects are barely […]