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dynamically generated wordpress wysiwyg editor wp editor not displaying prop


dynamically generated wordpress wysiwyg editor wp editor not displaying prop  using -'php,ajax,wordpress,tinymce,wordpress-plugin-dev'

I have 2 html wysiwyg editors on a wordpress admin page. Both use WP_EDITOR() function. The first one is hard coded into the page:

<form name="form1" id="form1" method="post" action="" style="display:block;">
  <p>
    <!-- editor here -->
    <?php
       wp_editor( 'CONTENT WILL APPEAR HERE!', 'addsometxt', array('textarea_name'=>'create_txt','textarea_rows'=>10,'wpautop'=>false));
    ?>
  </p>
  <p>
   <input name="save" type="submit" class="button-primary" id="save" style="margin:5px;" value="Save Input" /></p>
</form>


The second one is generated dynamically with a PHP function using an AJAX call (wp_ajax_ and $.post). I've test the ajax call and know it works; so, for brevity, here's the php function:

<?php
function display_editor2() {
// grab data from database (data_from_db) and display in editor
  wp_editor( $row->data_from_db, 'editsometxt', array('textarea_name'=>'edit_txt','textarea_rows'=>10,'wpautop'=>false));

}
?>


The problem is that even though the 2nd editor is displaying; it's missing all the tool bar buttons. See image below for illustration. Anyone know who to fix this?


    

asked Oct 13, 2015 by mca.agarwal
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3 Answers

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Probably you need to add media_buttons and tinymce parameter on your AJAX call.

Something like this:

data_from_db, 'editsometxt', array('textarea_name'=>'edit_txt','media_buttons'=>true,'tinymce'=>true,'textarea_rows'=>10,'wpautop'=>false));

    } 
?>

I recommend you check wp_editor() Function Reference page at Wordpress Codex.

answered Oct 13, 2015 by akasati02
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Hey I too had the same problem!

I just deactivated all the plug-ins which are installed by me and refreshed the page, and then I tried to edit the post/pages in the visual area also. Check once it will work for you. :)

answered Oct 13, 2015 by ashishshukla
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I hade the same problem, using this:


By passing a ID (second parameter to wp_editor) I got the buttons. Like this:


answered Oct 13, 2015 by gauravsinghal83

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