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Build Customized WordPress Page and Post WYSIWYG Editor in 8 Easy Steps

TinyMCE 5 is a powerful and flexible rich text editor that can be embedded in web applications and CMS like WordPress ( WordPress Comes with it’s default WYSIWYG Text Editor but is limited to some basic Options and Functionality when you edit or create new content for your WordPress site. This quick start covers how to add a TinyMCE editor to a WordPress using the TinyMCE Documentation and Builder with Addons and Templates.


Question: What is WYSIWYG in Computer Language?

In computing, WYSIWYG, an acronym for What You See Is What You Get, is a system in which editing software allows content to be edited in a form that resembles its appearance when printed or displayed as a finished product, such as a printed document, web page, or slide presentation.


How to Implement some additonal Functionality to your Ddefault WordPress Editor without a Plugin?


  1. Register an Account in the TinyMCE website
  2. Verify your profile and domain/s
  3. Build your Custom Additional Functions with the TinyMCE Builder
  4. Choose Addons you want to include in your WordPress Page and Post Editor from the list
  5. Download and Upload the Files in your Custom WordPress Template Specific Folder
  6. Enque the Downloaded Scripts in your Code
  7. Add this lines of code in your functions.php file at the end of the code
  8. Save your functions.php with the snippet from above ^^

Go to your WordPress Dashboard add new post or page and see your new WYSIWYG Options and choosen elements for your pages and post editor element

 


25/03/2021 by SEO Book Pro

5 Steps to get_header() and get_footer() from specific WordPress Template Folder

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get_header and get_footer for WordPress Template

get_header() and get_footer() from specific WordPress Template Folder


Step One: Create Custom Page Template in your root WordPress theme folder


Instead of adding an additional new custom template file in your WordPress template folder, you can create a new folder with a specific name to serve any custom WordPress Page Templates to assign them to specific Pages in your WordPress website.


I Got a new Land Page in the WordPress Page Templates Folder Like the example below:

page-templates/landing-amp.php

To get the new custom page template layout available to assign it to your specific page on the website you need to hook the function for this.


Step Two: At the top of your custom page template file add the related function from WordPress Codex


<?php /* Template Name: Landing AMP Projects */;?>


To learn more about how it’s work visit Creating Custom Page Templates for Global Use


Step Three: Create New Folder in your WordPress root Template Folder to serve the new files for get_header() and get_footer() functions


In my example, I create a new folder in my current active WordPress Template folder with the name “lamp“. In the new folder create your custom get_header() and get_footer() files to load on your custom page template. The customized head and footer files are served as template parts and are not necessary to name them with

  • header-{custom-name}.php
  • footer-{custom-name}.php

This is because we will get them with the WordPress function get_template_part() and will not serve this 2 new header and footer required WordPress Template files from the root how it is by the default function for WordPress Templates to include Template Tags – Include_Tags


Step Four: Create two new files in the “lamp” folder as the example below

  • /lamp/header-amp.php
  • /lamp/footer-amp.php

Step Five: Open your Custom Page Template from Step One and below the 1st-row code the snippets below


  • <?php get_template_part( ‘lamp/header-amp’ );?>
  • <?php get_template_part( ‘lamp/footer-amp’ );?>

Recommended Article about the next part of loading the content on those new pages with running the basic Loop and display your WordPress Page Content

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05/03/2021 by SEO Book Pro

VIDEO: How to Disable the Gutenberg WordPress Editor via custom Function in your WordPress Template?

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Hello, today I am gonna show you how to Disable the WordPress Gutenberg Block Options for Post and Pages without installing a plugin for Disabling Gutenberg.

3 Easy steps to Disable the Gutenberg WordPress Editor

  1. Open your WordPress Template Folder and find your functions.php file
  2. Add the code below at the bottom of the file and after the last row with codes and functions in your WordPress template folder and functions.php file
  3. Save your functions.php and viola you already Disable the Gutenberg WordPress Editor without an installing a plugin

Add this code in your functions.php

add_filter('use_block_editor_for_post', '__return_false');


Watch the VIDEO how to Disable the Gutenberg WordPress Editor



That’s it – with this line of simple WordPress snipper code you will disable the WordPress Gutenberg Editor Option for your Template without installing another plugin in your WordPress website.

 


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