New WordPress Plugin: TinyMCE Valid Elements

We wrote a new WordPress plugin and created a page for it:

TinyMCE Valid Elements

By default, WordPress’ WYSIWYG editor, TinyMCE, will strip out of your Article and Page HTML code any elements that are not defined as “valid elements”; this can be extremely annoying (especially if you want to include iframes).

This plugin will allow you to extend what TinyMCE defines as “valid elements”. By doing so, TinyMCE will no longer remove, delete, or strip-out the additional elements and attributes that you specify.

Check it out!

5 thoughts on “New WordPress Plugin: TinyMCE Valid Elements

  1. Super plugin. Using it for 2 months now on one site with no problem. And, until yesterday, with no problem on a site under development. Today, though, when I go to the Settings page, I’m getting this:

    Fatal error: Cannot redeclare tmve_activate() (previously declared in /homepages/24/d195496477/htdocs/divinginstructortraining/wp-content/plugins/tinymce-valid-elements/tinymce_valid_elements.php:38) in /homepages/24/d195496477/htdocs/divinginstructortraining/wp-content/plugins/tinymce-valid-elements/tinymce_valid_elements.php on line 51

    Any idea why and how I can fix?

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