Ultimate Tinymce PRO

Ultimate Tinymce PRO for WordPress

Ultimate Tinymce has grown tremendously since it’s inception in late 2011.  As of this posting, Ultimate Tinymce holds just over a half million downloads.  I have spent many late night hours pouring over code in my head, and working out the bugs to bring users the latest and greatest features possible.  Ultimate Tinymce is a strong plugin, and ranks among the top choices for WordPress visual editor upgrades.

With that being said, I have decided to shift my attention to the development of a pro version of Ultimate Tinymce. The pro version will include the latest updates, newest features, increased flexibility, and an advanced options menu.  There are already many features only found in the PRO version including:

Why should I Upgrade?

  • Focused attention on development.
  • No ads or donation links whatsoever.
  • New tabbed interface makes working with options even easier.
  • Increased flexibility via importing/exporting all options with a single click.
  • My word-famous free, responsive support forum and personal email links.

Sneak Peek:

Ultimate Tinymce PRO

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So what’s the Holdup?

The first thing users will notice about Ultimate Tinymce PRO is the EXTREME makeover of the options panel. No longer is scrolling down into oblivion an issue; with the new tabbed feature… all options are easily one click away. Designing this options panel has been a burdensome task; however the rewards will be great!

Also, It’s important to me that all options work as close to 100% efficiency as possible. Ultimate Tinymce PRO is currently being beta tested by some other WordPress plugin developers. Their feedback is extremely valuable, and will assist in creating a more solid product.

Awesome. Now, how do I get it?

Ultimate Tinymce PRO is still in it’s final stage of development. I anticipate it will be ready within a few days. You can watch for it on my Plugins Site, where it will be available for download.

 UPDATE: Ultimate Tinymce PRO is now released.  Get it today! 

5 thoughts on “Ultimate Tinymce PRO

  • November 27, 2012 at 1:32 pm

    Hi Josh
    I need your help
    i seem to have aproblem when i getting into edit post i cant see nothing on the page just the headlines
    firs the edit aria opened in html page whis blank page
    i can only see the Html when i hughlight the page with the mouse.
    It work properly till this morning but now i cant see any of the tinymce button /
    Please advice how to make it work properlly?

    Thanks in advanced
    Beni Shait
    Perfect – Hr Agency

    • November 29, 2012 at 9:35 am

      Hello Beni,

      This usually means there is a conflict from another plugin not using javascript properly.. or from another plugin attempting to modify one of the same buttons in the editor.

      I have created a post outlining the steps necessary when this scenario happens. Here is the link:

      If you still have any problems.. use my contact tab above to shoot me a personal email.

  • August 22, 2012 at 3:13 pm

    Hi Josh
    Your plugin is BRILLIANT. Thank you so much for making it available. I plan on getting the PRO once it becomes available (and if I can afford it).
    I am very new to WP and am super excited to find your plugin as I work a lot with images and find WP’s build in handling of images lacking greatly in layout options.
    I watched your video on youtube about suing the table feature and wish that you will make another one going into the rest of the features in “general” and “advanced” as I find the table sometimes seem to take on a life of its own (I know that it is because I tell it to do stuff but don’t really understand fullyl what it is that I’ve told it to do……am I making sense?). The tutorials are super helpful and I hope for more in the future when you have time.
    Again, thank you for making WP even more flexible and accesible.

    • August 22, 2012 at 5:43 pm

      Hi Birgitte, and thank you!

      Yes, you make complete sense. The only issue with tables.. is that the theme being used will modify table layouts and structure depending on how the theme author wants them to appear. This is why it is so “hit and miss” when using tables. If you are not happy with how the theme lays out the table, then you would need to go in and modify it via some custom css. I truly wish there were a way for me to over-ride the theme… but it’s not an option.

      So, I agree. I will certainly post some more videos regarding tables… and how to get around some of these theme issues.

      Thank you very much for the feedback!!


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