Scribble out your content with a squiggly line instead of a boring strikethrough
|Author:||Justin Saad (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||2.9|
|WordPress version tested:||3.8.1|
|Added to WordPress repository:||20-01-2014|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
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Scribble out your content with a squiggly line instead of a boring strikethrough. You can easily customize your scribble settings via your WordPress admin > Settings > Scribble.
How to Use
There are two ways to define a scribble:
Thanks to Jean-Christophe Nicolas who made the original jQuery plugin.
Scribble in action
To set a scribble: Use the strikethrough icon in the WYSIWYG visual editor.
You can also define a scribble by adding class "scribble" to html element.
You can easily customize scribble settings in Settings > Scribble
How do I add a scribble?
There are two ways to define a scribble. You can add scribbles via the strikethrough icon in the WYSIWYG visual editor(see screenshot). You can also add class “scribble” to the target html element (see screenshot).
What if I want to keep my strikethroughs and just add scribbles seperarely?
Uncheck the box at Settings > Scribble > Use Instead of Strikethrough. You will now have to add class “scribble” to the target html scribble element (as the strikethrough icon in WYSIWYG visual editor will result in a normal strikethrough.)
What other Scribble settings can I customize via Settings > Scribble?
Scribble intensity, thickness, color, and hover action.
- Initial version