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idowebdesign says

I was wondering if anyone know how to add new Wordpress default css classes like (.alignleft, .alignright, etc..) that can be accessible from the writing panel in Wordpress and be respected in the visual editor. Like the alignleft will actually align the picture or other in the write panel.

I need this to be able to provide my client with the ability to easily assign css classes to element in the write panel. (like clearing a float caused by alignleft class).

When you have the plugin tinyMCE installed, you can have access to the default class via an easy dropdown in the toolbar. I am just looking at adding more classes.

Thanks !!

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idowebdesign says

If anyone was looking at doing the same thing, I found a workaround with the plugin TinyMCE where you can load css classes to have it in a drop down menu in the write pane in Wordpress. Really handy !!

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Ivor Reviewer says
If anyone was looking at doing the same thing, I found a workaround with the plugin TinyMCE where you can load css classes to have it in a drop down menu in the write pane in Wordpress. Really handy !!

Can you please share the link? :)

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contempoinc says
If anyone was looking at doing the same thing, I found a workaround with the plugin TinyMCE where you can load css classes to have it in a drop down menu in the write pane in Wordpress. Really handy !!
Can you please share the link? :)

http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/tinymce-advanced/

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kailoon Reviewer says

Oh, that’s really helpful! :)

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