Overview

Use this tool to create custom Quicktags for the WordPress text editor.

WordPress Text Editor Quicktags

Usage

  • Fill in the user-friendly form.
  • Click the “Update Code” button.
  • Copy the code to your project.
  • Or save it as a snippet and share with the community.

Examples

If you are still learning how to use this tool, check out the following examples:

The function used in the code.
The html id for the button.
The html value for the button.
HTML starting tag or a callback function.
HTML ending tag.
Shortcut access key for the button.
The html title value for the button.
Button position in the toolbar.
Limit the button to a specific instance of quicktags.
The html id for the button.
The html value for the button.
HTML starting tag or a callback function.
HTML ending tag.
Shortcut access key for the button.
The html title value for the button.
Button position in the toolbar.
Limit the button to a specific instance of quicktags.
The html id for the button.
The html value for the button.
HTML starting tag or a callback function.
HTML ending tag.
Shortcut access key for the button.
The html title value for the button.
Button position in the toolbar.
Limit the button to a specific instance of quicktags.
The html id for the button.
The html value for the button.
HTML starting tag or a callback function.
HTML ending tag.
Shortcut access key for the button.
The html title value for the button.
Button position in the toolbar.
Limit the button to a specific instance of quicktags.
The html id for the button.
The html value for the button.
HTML starting tag or a callback function.
HTML ending tag.
Shortcut access key for the button.
The html title value for the button.
Button position in the toolbar.
Limit the button to a specific instance of quicktags.

  Save Snippet
// Add Quicktags
function custom_quicktags() {

	if ( wp_script_is( 'quicktags' ) ) {
	?>
	<script type="text/javascript">
	</script>
	<?php
	}

}
add_action( 'admin_print_footer_scripts', 'custom_quicktags' );