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  • The plugin will add new sidebar of TinyMCE templates
  • It will also add new widget “TinyMCE Templates” witch is just like text widget but without title beeing displayed.
  • You can add any widget in the Tiny Templates sidebar, and you will be able to insert that widget output in editor.
  • Widget titles will be hidden in editor, wraped with , or if you insert TinyMCE Template widget you won’t get title at all
  • Once in editor, you will see “insert predefined template content” button.
  • When you click on that button, you will get the popup where you can select, preview and insert all defined templates from Tiny Templates sidebar.
  • Once inserted in editor, you can change the HTML code that was produced.
  • This is the great way to easy define some changable block HTML templates that you may use often on you site, but they still have to be changed a bit for each usage case.


  • Tiny templates editor button
  • Tiny Templates widgets sidebar
  • Tiny Template selection popup


  1. Download the plugin zip file, and unzip the content.
  2. Upload the content of downloaded zip file to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  3. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  4. Go to Widgets page, and add your widgets in Tiny Templates sidebar
  5. Edit any page/post, in visual mode, and insert your template widgets.


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  • Initial release


  • Subfolder instalation related fix