Wunderbar Support

Frequently Asked Questions and additional support options will be available in the near future.

Meanwhile, use the Contact Us menu to ask questions.


Wunderbar History and Releases

The Wunderbar functionality is spun off from a private CMS solution that Terra-Virtua first developed 13 years ago and still maintains today. Wunderbar's core code and basic concepts are long-proven.

Bugfixes this time, improving compatibility with more installations

1.7.3 2019/03/08 upgraded editor with improved functions
1.7.1 2018/12/26 Fixes to improving compatibility with more installations
1.7.0 2018/11/06 Compatible with WordPress 5 and Gutenberg editor
1.6.0 2018/07/28 Add custom HTML to images and files; hide custom post types from being edited
1.5.0 2018/02/08 The Wunderbar now offers to create pages/or posts when you vist a nonexistant page
1.4.1 2017/11/13 A drop-down menu of user-configurable styles improves WYSIWYG editing options.
1.4.0 2017/07/25 Seamless integration with the Advanced Custom Fields plugin
1.3.0 2017/07/07 and updated visual Editor core with many improvements; double-click to start editing
1.2.0 2017/02/28 Delete comments; mobile editing; bugfixes; stadard plugin version checking
1.1.0 2017/02/08 Wunderbar-widgetized; can edit comments too; settings option in plugins list page
1.0.3 2016/11/27 fix to reverting history; add external image link option
1.0.2 2016/09/19 help page; code review; using wb_nav_menu_items to force bad menus to never edit.
1.0.1 2016/09/05 Worpdress Text widgets editable using put_content_here shortcode
1.0.0 2016/09/03 Initial Release

2 Comments

Dave Cook

I have a couple of problems/questions:
(1) There are no icons shown on the Wunderbar toolbar
(2) I’m using a custom php file to show content, so how do I get Wunderbar to recognise where I’ve moved the excerpt and the content to?

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admin

1) I’m not sure why you wouldn’t be seeing icons / the editing toolbar. The main reason would be that the editor wouldn’t load for some reason. The toolbar only appears once you have clicked a paperclip to begin editing and the editor code loads. It’s possible you’re not loading any areas that Wunderbar can edit because of your second point – the custom php code.

2) Wunderbar will try to attach itself to the wordpress functions the_content, the_title, the_excerpt, and comment_text. If you are doing something else in your custom code like using get_the_content then printing it a bit later, Wunderbar can’t work with that.

That might be your problem… I’d need to see your setup to know what’s happening or not happening in your specific situation.
–Larry

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