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The tidy, powerful and extendable Markup ([GitHub Flavored] Markdown, BBCode, Textile) Editor, for the Bludit FlatFile CMS!
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tail.writer - The flavored Markup Editor for Bludit

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The tail.writer script is a neat, powerful, highly extend- and translatable Markup Editor, written in Vanilla JavaScript. It currently supports the [GitHub Flavored] Markdown, BBCode and Textile Markup languages. Note: This repository contains the Bludit Plugin (and version) of the tail.writer JavaScript package. So you can use this editor outside of Bludit too!

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You really like my tail.writer plugin and want to support me and all of my projects?
Then I would be extremely grateful for a coffee! (Thanks to all Supporters)

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  • Bludit v3.5.0 or above


  • Compatible with all modern browsers, and also for IE >= 9.
  • WriteFlow supportive Features & Functions
  • A Translation API to use your websites-native language
  • An extensive Markup API to use custom Markup languages and actions
  • Hooks, Event Listeners & Key-Bindings for your own code
  • No dependencies, just include and use it (except the Preview-Action)!
  • Bindings for the jQuery and MooTools library and usable as AMD.
  • 3 beautiful Designs and many settings!

WYSIWYG vs. Markup

The tail.writer script is not a WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get) editor, it's a Markup editor. The difference is the presentation of the written text: A WYSIWYG editor shows a bold text directly as bold text, while a Markup editor shows only the Markup syntax: **bold text**. (The shown syntax depends on the used Markup language, of course!)



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Copyright & License

Published under the MIT-License; Copyright © 2015 - 2019 SamBrishes, pytesNET

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