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How do I use new add_editor_style() function in wordPress?



I found this article:

http://www.deluxeblogtips.com/2010/05/editor-style-wordpress-30.html

I created a child theme using the Twentyten theme as a parent. I am trying to have the WYSIWYG editor use a custom stylesheet.

I added this to my functions.php file:

add_editor_style(); 

Then I created an editor-style.css file in my child theme's folder and added this:

html .mceContentBody {     max-width:591px; } 

When I go to the WYSIWYG editor and use firebug to check the css that is affecting the .mceContentBody element, I can see that is using my stylesheet, but it is being overrriden by the default editor-style.css sheet from the twentyten theme.

How can I force it to use my editor-style.css file and not the default one?




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Check your CSS for errors.

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