WP Super Edit is a WordPress plugin designed to give some control over the visual / wysiwyg editor and add some functionality without modifying the WordPress source code.
“What Was I Thinking?”
Please visit Using WP Super Edit for in depth documentation including installation, usage, and notes for non-English languages.
“It’s got stuff.”
TinyMCE has it’s own plugin system that will allow you to add features and buttons for just about anything you want… If you are willing to create it. WP Super Edit bundles some useful TinyMCE plugins and gives access to built in buttons and functions.
What it CAN do
What it CAN’T do
WP Super Edit will not make you better at writing HTML. In fact you can encounter bugs, so you should be aware of what these options are, and what they do. BTW. It won’t make you better looking either.
Always present bullet list of features:
- Multi-user modes for editor button settings.
- One button arrangement setting for all users
- Individual settings for each user
- Role based user settings
- Drag and Drop interface for arranging the visual editor buttons.
- Access to built-in editor buttons and functions.
- Customized TinyMCE plugins to add additional buttons and features. Beware some of these may change the functionality of your Web site and they are explained in more detail under the Configure Editor Plugins tab.
- Layers (DIV) Plugin
- Advanced CSS / styles Plugin
- Custom CSS Classes
- Tables Plugin
- XHTML Extras Plugin
- Advanced Rule Lines
- Advanced Image Link
- Advanced Link
- TinyMCE 2.x Compatiblity
- Context Menu
- Insert Date / Time Plugin
- Nonbreaking Spaces
- Print Button Plugin
- Search and Replace Plugin
- Super Emoticon / Icon Plugin
WP Super Edit is released under the GNU General Public License.
You should note that this plugin uses resources contained in other applications and you should contact the original authors about any further licensing restrictions.
Please use the most secure version of WordPress available! There are older versions available from the WordPress Plugin Directory for older versions of WordPress.
Of course you should also use a Web browser that can use the WordPress Visual Editor. See the section on Known Issues for browser compatibility issues.