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How to add a WordPress custom post type field with Tiny MCE



I am creating a custom post type called Article. The article needs a field called signature that uses the Tiny MCE.

I was able to achieve this but there is an extra border that shows outside the Tiny MCE Editor.

http://webypedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/tiny-mce-custom-field.jpg

My goal is to make the signature field editor similar to the post editor.

Here is the current code I am using that produces that editor in the first image:

function admin_init(){   add_meta_box("signature_meta", "Signature", "signature_meta", "article", "normal", "low"); }  function signature_meta() {   global $post;   $custom = get_post_custom($post->ID);     $signature = $custom["signature"][0];   ?>       <div class="postbox">   <textarea name="signature" class="signature" id='signature'><?php echo $signature; ?></textarea>   </div>   <script type="text/javascript">     jQuery(document).ready(function() {     jQuery("#signature").addClass("mceEditor");     if ( typeof( tinyMCE ) == "object" && typeof( tinyMCE.execCommand ) == "function" ) {     tinyMCE.execCommand("mceAddControl", false, "signature");     }     });   </script>   <?php } 

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You could hook onto the action edit_post_form (or edit_page_form for page types), which runs just after all meta boxes with 'normal' context are printed, and then simply output your TinyMCE editor.. Best CMS to use on Windows Azure [closed] Otherwise stick to using the meta box API, although inject a little CSS in the admin head to re-style the metabox, hiding the title and brule (view source to see which selectors you have available to tarreceive ).. Funny Character Appearing in my WordPress Pages Content
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