WordPress create HTML editor in page

Syntax

 

Parameters

$content
(string) (required) Initial content for the editor.

Default: None
$editor_id
(string) (required) HTML id attribute value for the textarea and TinyMCE. (may only contain lower-case letters)

Default: None
$settings
(array) (optional) An array of arguments.

Default: array()

Arguments

wpautop
(boolean) (optional) Whether to use wpautop for adding in paragraphs

Default: true
media_buttons
(boolean) (optional) Whether to display media insert/upload buttons

Default: true
textarea_name
(string) (optional) The name assigned to the generated textarea and passed parameter when the form is submitted. (may include [] to pass data as array)

Default: $editor_id
textarea_rows
(integer) (optional) The number of rows to display for the textarea

Default: get_option('default_post_edit_rows', 10)
tabindex
(integer) (optional) The tabindex value used for the form field

Default: None
editor_css
(string) (optional) Additional CSS styling applied for both visual and HTML editors buttons, needs to include <style> tags, can use “scoped”

Default: None
editor_class
(string) (optional) Any extra CSS Classes to append to the Editor textarea

Default: Empty string
teeny
(boolean) (optional) Whether to output the minimal editor configuration used in PressThis

Default: false
dfw
(boolean) (optional) Whether to replace the default fullscreen editor with DFW (needs specific DOM elements and CSS)

Default: false
tinymce
(array) (optional) Load TinyMCE, can be used to pass settings directly to TinyMCE using an array

Default: true
quicktags
(array) (optional) Load Quicktags, can be used to pass settings directly to Quicktags using an array. Set to false to remove your editor’s Visual and Text tabs.

Default: true

Return Values

This function does not return a value.

 

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Author: bm on January 16, 2014
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