I have a blog that I often need to insert iframes into posts for various reasons (don’t ask why just trust me!)
I dont want to use the WYSIWYG at the top of my Custom Post Type. I want to use a custom field textarea that i can place at bottom of my list of custom fields instead.
Is there way to have multiple WYSIWYG editors for a custom post type? For example, if I had a 2 column layout I wanted to have one editor for one column and another editor for the other.
Here’s the problem: I paste the HTML entity code for, let’s say, a service mark (
℠) into the HTML view of the editor. As soon as I switch to the “visual” tab, my entity code is turned into an actual service mark character (I guess the corresponding UTF-8 character or something? I don’t know from character encodings…). I don’t want this–I want it to stay as the entity reference.
I have searched high and low for a simple solution to this, but to no avail. WordPress keeps on wrapping my images in p tags and because of the eccentric nature of the layout for a site I am working on, this is highly annoying.
I need to used TextArea with Wysiwyg editor.
That works when textarea is write on page ( Not dynamic , static ).. but my problem is for dynamically textarea.
Using Foundation 5’s accordion, and the data-accordion html data attribute in: