[wp-hackers] WordPress Front-End tinyMCE

Kevin Stover kstover at gmail.com
Thu Jul 7 16:40:38 UTC 2011

Wow Scott,

I haven't tried the solution yet, but that looks amazing and exactly what
I've needed! I've gotten a hacked together version of the_editor() working
on the backend, and almost on the frontend, but it's really a pain in the
butt to do it that way. I'll try it out soon and let you know what I come up

Thank you very much for responding.


On Thu, Jul 7, 2011 at 12:31 PM, Scott Kingsley Clark <scott at skcdev.com>wrote:

> > echo $wp_editor->editor($content, 'whatever', $media_bar);
> Oops! Actually I meant to include one more variable before $media_bar
> in the function usage. My line above was wrong, see below for the real
> code:
> <textarea name="whatever" id="whatever" class="whatever"><?php echo
> esc_html($content); ?></textarea>
> <?php
> global $wp_editor;
> $media_bar = false; // set to true to show the media bar
> $settings = array(); // additional settings, these also pass onto
> TinyMCE options, but there are some settings you can tweak
> // wpautop: to enable wpautop (default is true)
> // wp_buttons_css: location of css;
> // editor_class: additional classes to set (default is wp-editor-area)
> // upload_link_title: The title of the <a> for the media button(s)
> // media_buttons_context: The text to show before the media button(s)
> // textarea_rows: how many rows to have on the editor (default is 10)
> echo $wp_editor->editor($content, 'whatever', $settings, $media_bar);
> ?>
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Kevin Stover
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