Add multiple ways to post #39

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idiot opened this Issue Feb 7, 2012 · 4 comments

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idiot commented Feb 7, 2012

Although a textarea is good for adding posts, it's hard to design, code, and script posts on the fly this way. Maybe there could be three methods of post input:

  1. Textareas (with WYSIWG, and syntax highlighting, maybe?)
  2. File uploads
  3. URL input (this would be a path to a folder that would contain an index.php, style.css and script.js file). I personally prefer this method, because it means that even after a post is published, you can keep tweaking things, and it's the quickest way to build a post.

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Markdown Support #54

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Which do you think is best for text areas? syntax highlighting?

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rwarasaurus commented Feb 28, 2012

Which do you think is best for text areas? syntax highlighting?

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Both.

For the HTML, Markdown/WYSIWYG (#54), and for CSS/JS, CodeMirror (#72).

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idiot commented Feb 28, 2012

Both.

For the HTML, Markdown/WYSIWYG (#54), and for CSS/JS, CodeMirror (#72).

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Is this still relevant? we now have drag and drop for css/js and html areas are markdown.

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rwarasaurus commented Oct 31, 2012

Is this still relevant? we now have drag and drop for css/js and html areas are markdown.

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nope.

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idiot commented Dec 22, 2012

nope.

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