WYSIWYG and Comments
I had previously written on how to add quicktags to the comment form. This tutorial, however, will show you how to add a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor to the comment form. The WYSIWYG editor in question is tinyMCE, the same one used in EnhancedEntryEditing. Of the various WYSIWYG editors available, I felt that tinyMCE was the best in terms of flexibility and options and the easiest to get started with!
First things first, you will need to download the latest version of tinyMCE and extract it to a suitable location on your server (EnhancedEntryEditing plugin users, already have tinyMCE in
Next, you'll have to add the tinyMCE code to your Individual Entry Archive template (and any others where you have a comment form displaying and wish for tinyMCE to kick in). It can be as simple as the following (make sure that you change the path to point to where you've extracted tinyMCE):
which will create a tinyMCE editor as shown on this page. The beauty of tinyMCE is the amount of tweaks you can apply to it to ensure that it behaves exactly like you want it to. On Movalog, I use the following which I find works very well