When creating a post or page, you have two editing modes available to you, depending on which you are most comfortable with.

Visual Editor

Powered by TinyMCE, the Visual Editor is the default mode and looks very similar to a word processor. The visual editor icons allow you to format text, change font alignment, insert bulleted and numbered lists, and more.

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Text Editor

The Text Editor has fewer options, but allows you to write your posts in HTMLHTML HTML is an acronym for Hyper Text Markup Language. It is a markup language that is used in the development of web pages and websites.. This editing mode is aimed at users who are comfortable working with HTML. When you need to add some font style, or paste in code from an outside source, you can use the Text editor.

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Switching Editors

Switching between the Visual and Text editing modes is easy. Just use the tabs directly above the right side of the editing area.

A Word Of Caution

Switching between Visual and Text view can cause some of your HTML entities to be lost. This is due, in part, to the manner in which TinyMCE handles your HTML. If formatting is very important, do not switch between views. If you’re writing a lot of code, we suggest you remain in the text editor.

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