Do An Duy
asked 6 years ago

I can see that the text editor of DWQA doesn’t have a button for changing text color, like WordPress’ editor.
 
Is there anyway I can add one?

2 Answers
Kevin
answered 6 years ago

Hi Do An Duy,

You can add the code blow to wp-content/themes/your-theme-folder/functions.php;

add_filter('dwqa_tinymce_toolbar1','dwqa_theme_add_more_button_to_tinymce');
function dwqa_theme_add_more_button_to_tinymce() {
        return 'bold,italic,underline,forecolor,|,' . 'bullist,numlist,blockquote,|,' . 'link,unlink,|,' . 'image,code,|,'. 'spellchecker,fullscreen,dwqaCodeEmbed,|,';
}
Do An Duy
replied 6 years ago

Thank you very much for your reply, Kevin.

I tried it and it worked.

However, I use the plugin TinyMCE Color Picker, which helps you save custom colors to the color palette for later use. When I activate this plugin, the color button doesn’t work for DWQA any more (it still works for the editor in the WordPress Add New Post page).

Can please you help me with this?

Kevin
answered 6 years ago

Hi Do An Duy,

You can add the function below to wp-content/themes/your-theme-folder/functions.php

add_action( 'wp_footer', 'dwqa_theme_enqueue_colorpicker' );
function dwqa_theme_enqueue_colorpicker() {
	wp_enqueue_script( 'tinymce-colorpicker-script', admin_url( '/js/color-picker.min.js' ), array(), false, 1 );
}
Do An Duy
replied 6 years ago

Thank you, Kevin.

I tried it. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work. The color paletter won’t show up and there is a popup on the screen.

Screenshots:
http://i.imgur.com/1DzRiNW.png
http://i.imgur.com/nXPHwZc.png

Kevin
replied 6 years ago

Hi Do An Duy,

I have checked and this issue came from your theme. The theme style is not compatible with TinyMCE Color Picker plugin.

Do An Duy
replied 6 years ago

OK. Thanks a lot for you help, Kevin.

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