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 Post subject: WYSIWYG editor
PostPosted: 12. Dec 2007, 14:05 
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As not all the TWG users might know HTML, I thought it would be nice to have a WYSIWYG editor (even a simple one) when editing the folder.txt ...

I made a photogallery for a friend and she doesn't know any tag at all. I'm teaching her a few but a WYSIWYG editor would be great :wink:


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PostPosted: 12. Dec 2007, 14:43 
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You put html in folder.txt?

The intention is to place text there and format it with the stylesheet.

/Michael


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PostPosted: 12. Dec 2007, 15:04 
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well, yes... :?
I mean, simple tags like <b> <br> <hr> ...
I'm not talking about overall formatting!
But a user might like to give a different weight to a word, change size or color or... even make a link.


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PostPosted: 12. Dec 2007, 15:13 
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true - but where yould you inlcude it? ...

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well, in the TWGxplorer, after I create a TWG folder description, for example, I can edit the document and enter some tekst.
I would put it there! I mean, I would like to find it there :wink:

The same goes for all other txt document, like image description.

Most of the CMS I've seen offer such a 'service'. They are of course a text-oriented CMS, not a photogallery but I think that TWG could become a 'complete' CMS 'just' by adding few features we get from a 'regular' CMS:
- the WYSIWYG editor
- the possibility to add pages of text (without having to create an image folder)

This is no complain at all! I really like what you've created!


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PostPosted: 12. Dec 2007, 15:38 
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good point where to place it.

I might have a cooler place - the Upload flash in version 2.7 has an texteditor already - maybe I enhance this one.

/Michael


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PostPosted: 12. Dec 2007, 15:47 
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sure, definitely a very cool place!

I guess you won't be happy hearing that I'm not using the flash uploader yet :lol:

... anyway, wherever you put it, I'll love it!

thanks again for your great job!


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you don't have to - i use ftp mainly too ;).

But with the new version you can offer the user to edit the txt files in the flash - therefore it is possible to offer this to frontend users as well.

Then they don't need the full backend but only the frontend flash.

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Interesting! I'll give it a try and if I don't get it, I'll come back to you :wink:


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