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ewizz says

you need to know tinymce api, which is much harder than wordpress coding :)

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duotive says

you need to know tinymce api, which is much harder than wordpress coding :)

im already using wordpress api with the shortcode buttons and panels. any ideas on how to start with what im looking for?

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WPFW says


you need to know tinymce api, which is much harder than wordpress coding :)
im already using wordpress api with the shortcode buttons and panels. any ideas on how to start with what im looking for?

i had the same problem, but the solution is not to make the wordpress editor understands your shortcodes, but inserting directly the html code.

Why to make this conversion from shortcode to html code twice, once in admin and once on live website, when you can use directly the result.

All you have to do is to include a css file in your admin pages for buttons, message boxes and other elements you want to create.

Hope this will give a starting point.

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duotive says

Good idea. Just wanted to make sure that someone made this and that it works. :) Thanks

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