Josh Lobe has written 54 articles

Josh Lobe is the sole developer of WP Edit and WP Edit Pro. A father of two; a husband to a beautiful wife; and a small home in the suburbs... he primarily enjoys coding in WordPress and designing websites.

WordPress Gutenberg

WordPress Gutenberg WordPress is nearing it’s end of the version 4.x minor release cycle. With every WordPress major update comes a big change; and WordPress Gutenberg 5.0 is going to be no disappointment in this department. What is Gutenberg? From the mouths of the WP Folks: A new publishing experience for WordPress is in the…

Custom Buttons API

Beginning with WP Edit Version 4.0 (and WP Edit Pro Version 5.0); the WP Edit (Pro) Custom Buttons API will be introduced, allowing other WordPress plugin/theme developers to add their buttons into the WP Edit (Pro) button configuration system. Using the Custom Buttons API will allow a user of WP Edit (Pro) to place the…

Styles & Scripts

WP Edit Pro now provides an interface for users to enter custom styles and scripts. There are two options for setting up styles and scripts: Globally – from the WP Edit Pro settings page (Posts/Pages tab). These styles and scripts will be executed on ALL posts and pages. Individually – from the post/page editor screen.…

Adding New WordPress TinyMCE Fonts

WordPress TinyMCE Default Fonts The TinyMCE editor used by WordPress for creating and editing posts and pages uses a set of default fonts. ¬†These fonts are available “out of the box” when WordPress is installed. These fonts are proven to be cross-browser supported, and will suffice for 99% of common typesetting. However, what if we…

Columns Shortcode Button

Column Shortcodes Dividing part of a post/page into columns is becoming more and more common. Unique layouts can be achieved; providing a more stimulating visual experience. Using column shortcodes, however, can often be a fairly tedious task. Remembering which shortcode and the proper format to use can be cumbersome. Instead, we decided to create an…