I think we can agree that the full screen view without distractions is editor of the best things about WordPress . For anyone who writes often is an absolute joy to use an editor where you have ahead is a blank canvas, without any distraction.
But while he tries WordPress even endeavors, the truth is that the full screen editor does not show us a vision of how faithful really look after our article on the web , once published.
If we will see how we have to save as a draft and do a preview to see if the images are going to be well framed in the text, if we have made good use of formats and if we have employed with excellence paragraph styles.
But this is easily solved, as there is a nice trick that will turn our full screen editor without distractions in a true WYSIWYG , or " what you see is what you get ".
So open and the file functions.php of your current theme and add this code using action after_setup_theme :
/ / Fullscreen WYSIWYG
add_action ( 'after_setup_theme' , 'editor_wysiwyg' ) ;
function editor_wysiwyg ( )
set_user_setting ( 'dfw_width' , 950 ) ;
/ / We assume that the road is estil0s / wp-content/themes/theme-name/css/otro-style.css
add_editor_style ( array ( 'style.css' , 'css / other-style.css' ) ) ;
You only have to change a few things:
- In line 4 set the width in pixels of the box contents of your theme, in the example "950".
- In line 5 to modify the / s path / sa tu / s sheet / s of styles.
From that moment the entire screen without distractions WordPress editor opens with the text block to the defined width and applying the content of the CSS styles of your theme .
This chulada found in wptuts + .