We frequently prefer to use the visual editor to quickly draft new posts, and then polish the markup in the HTML editor before publishing. We’ve wasted hours cleaning up existing content that was mangled because someone switched over to the visual editor.
We wanted to make sure that existing content would be safe from mangling, but we still wanted the convenience of the visual editor.
This plugin automatically blocks the visual editor – on a per-post basis – only when the post is published.
This plugin does not rely on, or override, per-user settings. This plugin does not rely on per-post settings. This automated strategy works well for us – give it a try!
- Upload the
disable-visusal-editor-when-publisheddirectory to the
directory of your site.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
- I’m not sure this is for me. Will you support other strategies for disabling the visual editor?
No. When possible, we want code to do one thing, well. There are other plugins that might work better for you:
Contributors & Developers
“Disable Visual Editor When Published” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Interested in development?
- Tested with latest WordPress version.
- Fixed a typo in the readme.
- Initial version.