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Configure widget “SiteOrigin Editor”

Hi everyone,

the widget “SiteOrigin Editor” has the same features as WP’s standard TineMCE. This one can be extended with plugins like “TinyMCE advanced”. For example, editing of (background-) colors is possible then.

Do I have a chance to anhance the features of SiteOrigin Editor, too?

I know, that I can switch to “Text” an edit HTML / CSS, but that is not suitable for end users.

Thank you in advance for your help.


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  1. 1 year, 10 days ago Alex S Hi, I Work Here

    Hi Michael,

    The SiteOrigin editor widget is compatible with TinyMCE Advanced so you can use that plugin to add additional options to the SiteOrigin Editor widget.

  2. 1 year, 6 days ago Silvernerd1

    Hi Alex,

    yes, you are right. I didn’t realize it at first glance, because WP’s TinyMCE supports up to 4 lines of controls (including menu) and SiteOrigin’s only two. What I configured, was in line 3 and didn’t appear in SiteOrigin Editor.

    Thank you for your support.


  3. 1 year, 3 days ago Alex S Hi, I Work Here

    Hi Michael

    This may sound odd, but it’s possible the other toolbars are disabled. Please navigate to WP AdminSettingsTinyMCE Advanced and add the Toggle Toolbar button to one of the visible toolbars (ideally the first one), then save. Please open a SiteOrigin Editor widget and click the toggle button. Did the other toolbars appear?

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