Classic Editor WordPress Plugin

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The Classic Editor is an official plugin maintained by the WordPress team that restores the previous (“classic”) WordPress editor and the “Edit Post” screen. It makes it possible to use plugins that extend that screen, add old-style meta boxes, or otherwise depend on the previous editor.

The default editor for all users can be chosen by administrators

The Classic Editor plugin provides you with the option to roll back the editor, which was changed in WordPress 4.4. If a user is about to make a change, this plugin will display a responsible warning alerting that it is highly recommended to use the new post editor and guide users through easy steps to take advantage of the new post editor. It also provides an optional feature to allow administrators to toggle on/off the plugin’s features on individual pages, posts, or custom post types.

Users can change their default editor if administrators allow it

This WordPress plugin allows administrators to send a message to the users, informing them of the change. Once they accept the message, it lets them know that they can now use the text editor as their default editor. This plugin is not just limited to WordPress. With a simple configuration option, you can set it up for use with almost any software that uses a text editor.

Users can choose which editor to use for each post if they are given the option

The Classic Editor WordPress Plugin allows users to choose which editor to use for each post. This comes in handy when you want to allow users to request HTML, such as code editors, but still want the convenience of letting them use the visual editor.

Regardless of who updated it last, each post opens in the last editor used

The Classic Editor plugin for WordPress preserves the native WordPress editing experience. It keeps the editing screen the same when you open a post for editing, regardless of who last edited it and how that person edited it. By default, the Classic Editor plugin opens posts using the same editor that was used to create them. The reason? Many users prefer to keep a consistent editing experience throughout their post-writing process.

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The Classic Editor is an official plugin maintained by the WordPress team that restores the previous (“classic”) WordPress editor and the “Edit Post” screen. It makes it possible to use plugins that extend that screen, add old-style meta boxes, or otherwise depend on the previous editor.

The default editor for all users can be chosen by administrators

The Classic Editor plugin provides you with the option to roll back the editor, which was changed in WordPress 4.4. If a user is about to make a change, this plugin will display a responsible warning alerting that it is highly recommended to use the new post editor and guide users through easy steps to take advantage of the new post editor. It also provides an optional feature to allow administrators to toggle on/off the plugin’s features on individual pages, posts, or custom post types.

Users can change their default editor if administrators allow it

This WordPress plugin allows administrators to send a message to the users, informing them of the change. Once they accept the message, it lets them know that they can now use the text editor as their default editor. This plugin is not just limited to WordPress. With a simple configuration option, you can set it up for use with almost any software that uses a text editor.

Users can choose which editor to use for each post if they are given the option

The Classic Editor WordPress Plugin allows users to choose which editor to use for each post. This comes in handy when you want to allow users to request HTML, such as code editors, but still want the convenience of letting them use the visual editor.

Regardless of who updated it last, each post opens in the last editor used

The Classic Editor plugin for WordPress preserves the native WordPress editing experience. It keeps the editing screen the same when you open a post for editing, regardless of who last edited it and how that person edited it. By default, the Classic Editor plugin opens posts using the same editor that was used to create them. The reason? Many users prefer to keep a consistent editing experience throughout their post-writing process.

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