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8 November 2008 at 3:03am
I've been looking at the site editing demo video and SilverStripe looks really good although I haven't noticed the ability to apply CSS classes to the content without the need to go into HTML mode and manually add the class.
Is there a way to hook up a stylesheet to the editor so that an end user could say highlight some text and assign a class important and it surrounds it with a div or span with that class or adds the class to the container if it is a paragraph for example?
If not, do you think that this is a useful bit of functionality or was it intentionally left out? How would you go about allowing users a bit more formatting freedom that just using heading tags etc?
8 November 2008 at 5:36am
Download the latest SVN copy and play around with that. The next release 2.3 has upgraded tiny_mce to the latest version and makes doing this type of thing easier. I know what you're asking is a very brought up question, and is suppose to be made easier with the next release of SS.
2.3 should be out by the end of Nov. the last I read.
10 November 2008 at 3:29pm
Yea if you download the latest daily build or trunk via subversion it has a cool feature were it parses your typography.css file for class's and builds a dropdown list of available class's for use.
10 November 2008 at 9:30pm
Now that _is_ a cool feature.
10 November 2008 at 9:45pm
Nice. Glad this is finally in. I know it was possible with the older version of tinymce, as a different CMS I use has it as a feature.
But hey, I'm just stoked it's in now
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