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24 February 2010 at 8:59pm
We have developed a template for a client with a crazy number of wysiwyg editors [to try and give them the "flexibility" they require]. I'm embarrassed to admit how many but its in double digitsâ€¦ however we believe we are pushing the bounds of what silverstripe can do and so should reduce the number of wysiwygs dramatically to try and stop getting the errors and speed issues that we are.
is there a general guide to how many wysiwygs a single template can handle?
we've split them up into different tabs, but there still seems to be way to many.
24 February 2010 at 9:13pm Last edited: 24 February 2010 9:14pm
Still, I'd probably try to reduce the amount of WYSIWYG Editors... otherwise it's just a mess ;)
Can't you just create different Page-Types for the different use-cases? Or use Widgets or the DataObjectManager where you require flexible amounts of content-pieces.
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