[wp-hackers] Inline styles and TinyMCE

Nathan Rice ncrice at gmail.com
Thu Sep 10 01:00:09 UTC 2009

+1 for me, as a theme designer. This would definitely be more convenient
than the alternatives that are being used now.

Personally, I'd disable it, then call it using @import from the style.css
file, but just having it available would be killer, regardless of how I
chose to call it. And having it get called by default solves a lot of issues
like the one you mentioned.

On Wed, Sep 9, 2009 at 7:31 PM, scribu <scribu at gmail.com> wrote:

> A new ticket on trac contends that TinyMCE should use predefined classes
> instead of inline styles: #10753<
> http://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/10753>
> The main drawback is that it would require themes to add these predefined
> styles to their stylesheet, beside the classical .alignleft, .aligncenter
> and .alignright
> This is my proposed solution:
> Instead of relying on each theme developer, make a default.css file and add
> it through 'wp_head'.
> - fixes the inline styles in TinyMCE
> - potentially fixes inline styles generated by [gallery]
> - themers can disable it if they wish
> What do you think?
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