Full Front End Editor in WordPress 3.3

Here’s a link to an article I think several of us are going to want to look at. The forthcoming WordPress 3.3 release is going to make it quite easy to add the full editor on the front end. We have a very active discussion going on VoodooPress where we’ve established how to post from the front end. I’m not going to have time to work on this for a bit, but wanted to point out the links. Hopefully someone can get this going. It looks like it will be pretty simple for us to get a full editor on our front end posting. If someone works this out, let us know in the comments. Maybe make a full post on your site and link it here, or you can write a guest post on VoodooPress about it.

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Rev. Voodoo is the co-founder and owner of The Voodoo Empire. The Voodoo Empire is a variety of things. As a business we handle simple web and graphic design. We officiate weddings of any type. We have a e-commerce storefront where we sell Voodoo Empire branded items, along with items for our artists, and for pretty much anyone. We sell your items, or help design items to get up for sale. Our focus though, what got us started in the first place, is music. We try to go out of our way to help the electronic music community in any way possible. Be it through promotion, music hosting, distribution, or assistance with design. Rev. Vooodoo runs The Voodoo Empire's web presence. Setting up websites, getting things online, whatever it takes to get the Empire out there and heard.

7 thoughts on “Full Front End Editor in WordPress 3.3”

    1. Me too! That’s why I posted this, hoping someone will get the solution down. WordPress 3.3 is supposed to be out in less than a month. I have a test install set up, but I haven’t had time to look into it much yet. I mean, looking at the link I gave above, bringing the editor over is simple really. But getting it fully functional for posting and editing in the context of our form is something I want to see.

        1. Yeah, it’s a brand new feature for WP 3.3. If you have a test install going, you can start playing around now! I always have an install with the test versions of WP running, so I can see what is changing, and not be too surprised.

  1. Any news or updates on this? Someone who has managed to get his to work? I have been looking around and trying to get it to work to update some custom posts on my blog, but to no avail…I’m just a newbie

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