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Add subscript and superscript buttons to editor

Adding this PHP snippet to the functions.php of your wordpress template will add subscript and superscript buttons to the wordpress editor.


function enable_more_buttons($buttons) {
  $buttons[] = 'sub';
  $buttons[] = 'sup';
  return $buttons;
}
add_filter("mce_buttons_3", "enable_more_buttons");

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  1. I am getting a Missing argument 1 for enable_more_buttons() error

  2. Nguy?n Trung D?ng March 11, 2013 at 11:52 pm

    you saved my day man

  3. thanks fot tip

  4. Just what I was looking for!

  5. Donald G. McGahan January 10, 2013 at 11:13 pm

    When I add it, I get a

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function add_filter()

  6. Perfect little piece of code! Works brilliant. Thanks a lot!

    1. No problem glad that I could help!

  7. thanks guys.  i was working with a PhD client today who writes research
    reports and it was necessary for her to sup and sub references.  this
    was key.

    1. Perfect Jerry glad to hear you got things working well.

  8. (text translated by the program)
    Thank you for providing this code, but no need to repeat the array code, simply separate the items in the array

    function enable_more_buttons($buttons) {
    $buttons[] = ‘sub , sup’;
    return $buttons;
    }
    add_filter(“mce_buttons_2”, “enable_more_buttons”);

    1. This is true, I just find this method easier to read. Thanks for the input though people will find this very useful.

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