Plugin Screenshots


Here, you will find several screenshots illustrating the different features and options of WP Edit and WP Edit Pro. These images are not all-inclusive.. meaning there is much more plugin functionality not described below.

Screenshots

Drag and Drop Buttons

Customize editor rows using drag and drop button arrangements.

Customize editor rows using drag and drop button arrangements.

The most probable known feature of WP Edit Pro is the custom drag and drop button editor. This interface allows the user to arrange custom buttons in each of the editor rows. These custom button arrangements will then appear wherever a tinymce editor is established.

General Options

General options are used for.. well... general options.

General options are used for.. well… general options.

General options allow additional functionality such as using shortcodes in various WP areas; or adding a customized tinymce editor to the post excerpt area.

Post/Page Options

Control various aspects of posts and pages.

Control various aspects of posts and pages.

These options expand how posts and pages are handled. One of the more popular options is the ability to disable the wpautop() function. This function is responsible for randomly adding and removing p and br tags.

The wpautop() option has been expanded in WP Edit Pro to allow individual posts or pages to be disabled. It also now supports custom post types.

Fonts

Add Google Fonts

Add Google Fonts

WP Edit Pro can take any selection of Google Webfonts, and make them immediately available inside the content editor. They will appear, rendered properly, in the content editor; in the font dropdown button.

User Specific

User Specific options can be individually set for each user.

User Specific options can be individually set for each user.

Another popular feature of WP Edit Pro is the ability to allow some options to be user specific. This means each user of the plugin settings page can have different settings configurations for the User Specific options.

Some options include saving the editor scrollbar position (text mode); highlighting posts in the admin panel based on their status; and enabling an ID column and a Thumbnail column in the admin area when listing posts, helping identify the post ID and the post thumbnail.

Extras

Extra options including QR Codes.

Extra options including QR Codes.

The QR code option has been updated to allow further customization over how they are displayed on the website. Once the option has been enabled globally, each post/page has an option to disable for that particular post or page.

Widget Builder

WP Edit Pro Widget Builder

WP Edit Pro Widget Builder

Alas.. the WP Edit Pro Widget Builder. A VERY powerful feature which allows custom creating of widgets using the post/page content editor. Custom widgets are stored just like custom post types. There are interfaces to insert a custom widget into both any available widget area and/or anywhere in a post/page content area.

Inserting custom widgets into a sidebar.

Inserting custom widgets into a sidebar.

This is a great feature to manage content which is used repeatedly, such as tables or legal notices. You may simply create the content one time.. save it as a custom widget.. and insert it anywhere with a few clicks of the mouse.

Inserting custom widget into a post.

Inserting custom widget into a post.

The WP Edit Pro Widget Builder is certainly a feature which will save you TONS of time!


Josh Lobe has written 53 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.

2 thoughts on “Plugin Screenshots

  1. I am loving your pkugin and considering upgrade but only one issue is holding me back. I have a pop while in the editor I can’t get rid of. I cant attach ¬†screenshot. But it is the info stating toggle to see entire keyboard and covers the entry of add post name and into the button choices.

    Also, when I go to my home view after admin, some of my images in the sidebar wont display. I get them back if I leave my blog and then go back in. I am not sure if related but this apoeared after installing WpEdit and disappeared when I deactivated your plugin.

    1. Josh Lobe says:

      Thank you. Okay, you can post screenshots to my dedicated support forum. Just create a new topic; and upload your screenshots.

      Regarding the images… please create a separate topic on the support forum. It’s much easier/better to keep support in the forum, and off of this site. Thank you for understanding.

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