Visual editor in WordPress (Fusebox 1.0)
Visual Editor in WordPress Classic
If you don’t see the visual tab in your page/post editor, don’t panic! You may have turned it off in your profile settings. It’s easy to turn back on. Note: The below walk-through is for the WordPress classic editor (scroll down if you are using different editors).
- Go to Users -> Your Profile.
- At the very top of the page, you’ll see a checkbox with “Disable the visual editor when writing.” Uncheck this box to enable the editor.
- Scroll to the bottom, and click Update Profile.
The above applies for the WordPress classic editor.
If you're using the Gutenberg editor, the default editor for WordPress, go here.
If you're using a custom theme like Elementor or Divi, you may not see a visual editor like you'd get with the WordPress classic editor or Gutenberg. We built Fusebox to use shortcodes, and to work with the default editors for WordPress, which is the classic WP editor or the default WordPress Gutenberg editor. We can't, unfortunately, build to work with every WP theme like an Elementor or Divi, as they are custom themes.
So if that is you, you may need to add your shortcodes manually. For example:
TRACK PLAYER LATEST:
TRACK PLAYER SPECIFIC EPISODE (MUST END IN .MP3):
More shortcode options here: https://support.fusebox.fm/article/148-fusebox-player-shortcode-elements