Sometime after leabing comment on any website you must have felt the need of editing your comment, maybe due to some grammar or spelling mistake or regret of posting something idiotic. But unfortunately, most WordPress sites doesn’t provides the ability for anonymous users to edit their comments. The reason is, by default WordPress only provides this ability to site admins. In this tutorial, you will see how in a few clicks you can enable your anonymous and unregistered users to edit their comment.
Jetpack already provides you a module for After the Deadline proofreading service for improving your writing via artificial intelligence to find your errors and offer smart suggestions. It also provides a number of customization options which you can easily set from your profile (Dashboard -> Users -> Your Profile).
WYSIWYG Visual HTML Editor & Drag And Drop Web Page Editor With CKEditor, Desktop Publisher For WordPress is a powerful WordPress Plug & Edit HTML Editor based on 3D page building design with height, width and depth.
Now you can easily force featured image in your WordPress blog posts. If you are running a multi-author WordPress site, you can force your authors to add a featured image each and every time before publishing any new blog post.
By default WordPress native HTML editor present in add new & edit content (posts, pages, CPTs) pages provides you few important HTML tag buttons like bold, italic, b-quote, del, ins, ul, ol, li, code, more, lookup, close tags, proofread, fullscreen. WP Quicktags is a simple and light weight WordPress plugin that adds few more useful HTML tag buttons.