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<a href="https://wpml.org">WPML</a> is the leading commercial plugin for WordPress multi-language sites. If you're using WPML v3.8 or newer and you need to translate a widget, we recommend to create a separate widget for each language of your site and assign the language to each widget accordingly using the selector "Display on language" provided by WPML. This way you will be able to work with the visual editor also for translations. For older versions of WPML (up to 3.7.x), we recommend to install the 3rd party <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/wpml-widgets/">WPML Widgets</a> plugin, which provides the same feature described above, that was not available natively on WPML. In the past, we also suggested to translate the widgets using the official WPML String Translation plugin, but this method is now deprecated as it was not very friendly due to the inability of using the visual editor for translations. If you were using WPML String Translation, we recommend to switch to the aforementioned translation method and remove the entries in WPML String Translation list after you moved them to be real widgets. Starting from version 2.6.0 of Black Studio TinyMCE Widget, a warning will be displayed if any deprecated translation is detected. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<a href="https://wpml.org">WPML</a> is the leading commercial plugin for WordPress multi-language sites. If you're using WPML v3.8 or newer and you need to translate a widget, we recommend to create a separate widget for each language of your site and assign the language to each widget accordingly using the selector "Display on language" provided by WPML. This way you will be able to work with the visual editor also for translations. For older versions of WPML (up to 3.7.x), we recommend to install the 3rd party <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/wpml-widgets/">WPML Widgets</a> plugin, which provides the same feature described above, that was not available natively on WPML. In the past, we also suggested to translate the widgets using the official WPML String Translation plugin, but this method is now deprecated as it was not very friendly due to the inability of using the visual editor for translations. If you were using WPML String Translation, we recommend to switch to the aforementioned translation method and remove the entries in WPML String Translation list after you moved them to be real widgets. Starting from version 2.6.0 of Black Studio TinyMCE Widget, a warning will be displayed if any deprecated translation is detected.
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The widgets data are stored in serialized format inside a record in the <code>wp_options</code> table having <code>option_name</code> = <code>'widget_black-studio-tinymce'</code>. Widget data storage is handled by WordPress and not directly by the plugin. The widgets data are intentionally kept in the database upon plugin deactivation/deletion to avoid content loss. Additionally, the plugin may save some user preferences in the <code>wp_usermeta</code> table, in particular, the records having s key with the prefix <code>_bstw</code>. If you want to totally remove the plugin including its data, just uninstall it and then remove the above records from the database. You may use the following SQL queries for removal (Note: adjust table prefix according to your database settings): You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The widgets data are stored in serialized format inside a record in the <code>wp_options</code> table having <code>option_name</code> = <code>'widget_black-studio-tinymce'</code>. Widget data storage is handled by WordPress and not directly by the plugin. The widgets data are intentionally kept in the database upon plugin deactivation/deletion to avoid content loss. Additionally, the plugin may save some user preferences in the <code>wp_usermeta</code> table, in particular, the records having s key with the prefix <code>_bstw</code>. If you want to totally remove the plugin including its data, just uninstall it and then remove the above records from the database. You may use the following SQL queries for removal (Note: adjust table prefix according to your database settings):
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WordPress has a nice <a href="https://codex.wordpress.org/Embeds">autoembed feature</a> that allows you to embed videos and other stuff in an easy way, by just putting the URL in the content area. This is also possible for widgets created with this plugin. If you are using a version of WordPress prior to 4.0 or a version of Black Studio TinyMCE Widget prior to 2.0, for best results it is recommended to put the URL inside an <code>[embed]</code> shortcode. Example: [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXXXXXXXXXX[/embed] Ensure that the URL has not a hyperlink. Alternatively, if you don't want to use <code>[embed]</code> shortcode, ensure that the URL is not surrounded by a <code>&lt;p&gt;</code> tag. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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WordPress has a nice <a href="https://codex.wordpress.org/Embeds">autoembed feature</a> that allows you to embed videos and other stuff in an easy way, by just putting the URL in the content area. This is also possible for widgets created with this plugin. If you are using a version of WordPress prior to 4.0 or a version of Black Studio TinyMCE Widget prior to 2.0, for best results it is recommended to put the URL inside an <code>[embed]</code> shortcode. Example: [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXXXXXXXXXX[/embed] Ensure that the URL has not a hyperlink. Alternatively, if you don't want to use <code>[embed]</code> shortcode, ensure that the URL is not surrounded by a <code>&lt;p&gt;</code> tag.
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Compatible with 3rd party TinyMCE customization plugins (TinyMCE Advanced, WP Edit, ...) You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Full featured TinyMCE Visual Editor (the same you have for pages and posts) You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Full featured TinyMCE Visual Editor (the same you have for pages and posts)
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You may alter widget title and text via code using the <code>widget_title</code> and <code>widget_text</code> filter hooks (see <a href="https://codex.wordpress.org/Plugin_API/Filter_Reference#Widgets">Codex</a> for details). The plugin also internally uses <code>widget_text</code> filter to apply specific features: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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You may alter widget title and text via code using the <code>widget_title</code> and <code>widget_text</code> filter hooks (see <a href="https://codex.wordpress.org/Plugin_API/Filter_Reference#Widgets">Codex</a> for details). The plugin also internally uses <code>widget_text</code> filter to apply specific features:
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