The Editor field offers WYSIWYG editing capability, using the same editing interface as WordPress itself.

Editor Field


Name Type Default Description
type string ‘editor’ Value identifying the field type.
id string Unique ID identifying the field. Must be different from all other field IDs.
title string Displays title of the option.
subtitle string Subtitle display of the option, situated beneath the title.
desc string Description of the option, appearing beneath the field control.
class string Appends any number of classes to the field’s class attribute.
compiler bool Flag to run the compiler hook. More info
required array Provide the parent, comparison operator, and value which affects the field’s visibility. More info
default string Text to appear inside the editor window by default.
args array Sets the default WordPress editor arguments.  See ‘WP Editor Options’ below.
permissions string String specifying the capability required to view the section. More info.
hint array Array containing the content and optional title arguments for the hint tooltip. More info

WP Editor Options

Name Type Default Description
wpautop bool true Flags to set wpautop for adding paragraphs.
media_buttons bool true Flag to set the display of media upload/inset buttons.
textarea_rows int 10 Number of rows to display or the textarea.
tabindex int The tabindex value used for the form field.
editor_css string Additional CSS styling applied for both visual and HTML editor buttons. <style> tags need to be included.
teeny bool true Flag to set the editor with minimal configuration.
dfw bool false Flag to replace the default fullscreen editor with DFW.  Needs specific DOM elements and CSS. This is an advanced setting for use by advanced users.
tinymce array Flag to load TinyMCE. Can be used to pass settings directly to TinyMCE using an array.
quicktags array Flag to load Quicktags. Can be used to pass settings directly to Quicktags using an array. Set to false to remove the editor’s Visual and Text tabs.

NOTES:  While the textarea_name value is available for the WP Editor options, Redux automatically sets this value for you. There is no real need to set it manually. The editor_class value, also part of the WP Editor settings does not need to be set via the args array. It can be set via the class type.

Example Declaration

    $fields = array(
        'id'               => 'editor-text',
        'type'             => 'editor',
        'title'            => __('Editor Text', 'redux-framework-demo'), 
        'subtitle'         => __('Subtitle text would go here.', 'redux-framework-demo'),
        'default'          => 'Powered by Redux.',
        'args'   => array(
            'teeny'            => true,
            'textarea_rows'    => 10

Example Usage

This example in based on the example usage provided above. Be sure to change $redux_demo to the value you specified in your opt_name argument.

global $redux_demo;

echo 'Editor text: ' . $redux_demo['editor-text'];