[wp-hackers] TinyMCE in the frontend?
mgerring at emrl.com
Tue Oct 27 19:16:26 UTC 2009
Right. The instructions in that message didn't work. wp_tiny_mce();
just causes WordPress to whitescreen if it's placed in the header, and
I haven't found a filter that actually causes any of those scripts to
be loaded in the front end.
I've tried wp_head and template_redirect. Either nothing happens, or I
just get a white screen.
On Oct 27, 2009, at 12:12 PM, Nathan Rice wrote:
> Nathan Rice
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> On Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 3:01 PM, Matthew Gerring <mgerring at emrl.com>
>> Hello all.
>> I'm banging my head against the wall right now trying to get a
>> editor to show up on a front-end page.
>> I used the_editor(); , which works to an extent, until I actually
>> try to
>> use the textarea it creates. Not only do the HTML buttons not do
>> but I can't switch into TinyMCE mode. I get an undefined function
>> I know that in order for TinyMCE to work you have to include a
>> boatload of
>> JS and CSS, but there doesn't seem to be a complete list anywhere,
>> and all
>> of the documentation on this I've seen is centered on how to
>> include TinyMCE
>> in plugins, not in a front-end page, so the filters I have to use are
>> totally different.
>> Moreover, calling wp_tiny_mce(); at any point in a front-end page
>> the whole thing to whitescreen.
>> I'm using WPMU, although I'm not sure if that makes a difference.
>> Does anyone know how to do this?
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