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February 12th, 2008
If you use Word Press for blogging you know that it comes with a stock visual editor that is basiclly a limited WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) editor and you can switch over to a HTML code view. One thing that annoyed me was the lack of some very basic editing buttons in the visual editor. Things like underlining and redo and undo for instance along with a formating options for things like headings and paragraphs as well.
I mean come on! These are very basic word processing functions. Then I learned they were there you just needed to know how to access them.
The command to do so is, hold down alt and shift and then hit the “v” key. This adds the features mentioned above along with some others like a code cleaner and the ability to insert special characters (like Î or €, etc). Now do not ask me why these functions are hidden. That makes no sense but now you know how to access them. Give it a try I think most bloggers will enjoy the added editing power with out having to switch to code view and doing it manually.Filed under Blogging |