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How to Make the WordPress Editor Look Like Your Website

It’s a part of the backend that’s seen significant improvements over the last number of years – the recent move to version 4.0 of TinyMCE  in WordPress 3.9 being a highlight – but there’s still plenty of room for improvement.

One of the most common problems users have with the editor is the need to constantly switch between editing and preview modes to see how content will actually look live.

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In this article we’ll tackle that exact issue and break down how to customize the WordPress text editor to look and function like your front-end design.

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