TinyMCE and WordPress: Adding User Input

In the previous post in this series, I showed how to add content to the post editor using a custom TinyMCE button. The problem with the approach, as we’ve covered thus far, is that the content that we’re adding to...

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Author: Tom McFarlin

Tom McFarlin is a a self-employed developer who works with WordPress and JavaScript to build software for others.


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