If you’re often writing the same kind of post (articles, lists, code snippets, etc) you may find very useful to pre-populate the WordPress editor with some custom content. Here’s a super easy code snippet to do it.
When creating a WordPress site for a non tech-savvy user, it can be very useful to be able to display a custom message on the post editor page. Here’s a very simple hook to do it.
If you’re using WordPress visual editor, you may want to change the default font to a new one of your choice. Simply follow this simple recipe to get the job done.
Don’t like the good old Courrier font used in WordPress editor in HTML mode? It’s very easy to use a more modern font such as Monaco or Consolas. Just read the following recipe to know how to do!
In WordPress dashboard, the default editor is the “Visual Editor”. It is probably the editor that most people enjoy, but personally I prefer using the HTML editor. If you’re like me you’ll probably like this tip which will make the HTML editor as the default.
Do you always insert the same text on all your posts, for exemple to tell people to subscribe to your rss feed? If yes, you should definitely set up WP to have it automatically inserted in the editor.