EasyRead Editor

After discovering after_the_deadline¬†it is really powerful and you were able to add your own rules into it i thought this would be a great platform for EasyRead editor. but after trying to : -push the plugin to comment in the front. very hard to do because the plugin has a lot of custom effects which is not easily transfarable to the #comment textarea. because it has also the feature where it disable the html tags when you click on text as well as features when you click on preview where they are hard coded “events” and effects. – so i decided to just use the #content editor or the usual editor. so next step was to try to add our own rules. After looking from the plugin from jetpack and its original non-jetpack-independent plugin did I realise that the text are send to an external server to process and sent back to the editor that is a reason why there was a proxy.php file to allow this to happen. -so to create our own rule we need to setup our own server and rebuilt the models based on our new model. this is where i decided this was too much trouble at this stage.   Custom plugin So now we will write our own custom plugin to just underline hardwords. First step we need to create a database for our plugin to compare the hardwords. so apparently the standard database $wpdb(global) does not support creating custom database so we had to use our own custom class to do it. http://codex.wordpress.org/Creating_Tables_with_Plugins while creating database wanted to know how many words...