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CherryFramework 4. Motopress Content Editor settings overview

Kate Daniels August 11, 2015
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This tutorial provides an overview of MotoPress Content Editor settings in CherryFramework 4.

CherryFramework 4. Motopress Content Editor settings overview

  1. Log into your WordPress dashboard.

  2. Navigate to MotoPress > Settings. Here you can find available settings for MotoPress editor:

    Cherry Framework_4_Motopress_Content_Editor_settings_overview

    • Language – you can Translate MotoPress plugin to your native language:

      Cherry Framework_4_Motopress_Content_Editor_settings_overview_1

    • Enable Content Editor for – MotoPress editor will be enabled for ticked options:

      Cherry Framework_4_Motopress_Content_Editor_settings_overview_2

    • Disable Content Editor for user groups – you can disable editor for users assigned for specific groups:

      Cherry Framework_4_Motopress_Content_Editor_settings_overview_3

    • Check Spelling – you can enable it to get highlighted misspelled words:

      Cherry Framework_4_Motopress_Content_Editor_settings_overview_4

    • Custom CSS Code – Submit your CSS code to this field to add new styles to the theme:

      Cherry Framework_4_Motopress_Content_Editor_settings_overview_5

    • Compatibility – tick this option if you want to save post data before starting the editor. Improves compatibility with themes and plugins:

      Cherry Framework_4_Motopress_Content_Editor_settings_overview_6

    • Excerpt and More tag – tick this option to get opportunity to convert shortcodes in excerpt to html and/or automatically update an Excerpt and More tag after closing the editor:

      Cherry Framework_4_Motopress_Content_Editor_settings_overview_7

    • Google Fonts – you can use this form to add Google Fonts to MotoPress:

      Cherry Framework_4_Motopress_Content_Editor_settings_overview_8

  3. After you modify one of the settings, please click “Save” button to save changes.

Feel free to check the detailed video tutorial below:

CherryFramework 4. Motopress Content Editor settings overview

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