[wp-hackers] Zen-Coding for WordPress?
philip at philipwalton.com
Thu Apr 7 17:02:40 UTC 2011
If anyone is interested. I've put together some documentation on the PHP
- Zen Coding project I wrote about a few weeks ago. Here is the URI:
I've optomized it for WordPress to take advantage of functions like
esc_attr() and esc_url() so developers don't have to worry about that stuff.
Here's a quick example:
On 3/30/11 5:05 PM, Philip Walton wrote:
> Otto, I'm mainly planning on duplicating functionality, not trying to
> tap into their existing code. And, I'm not planning on implementing
> every single feature of the specification, since many of them don't
> make sense in PHP.
> Also, there needs to be a way to pass content since, in the
> text-editor version, the content is manually typed in.
> I've already got some ideas that are working pretty well, and I'll
> post a demonstration when I'm finished.
> On 3/30/11 4:53 PM, Otto wrote:
>> On Wed, Mar 30, 2011 at 5:16 PM, Philip
>> Walton<philip at philipwalton.com> wrote:
>>> Paul, yes, It is a module for a text editor, but I think it would
>>> also be
>>> useful programmatically.
>> The problem is that the entire zen-coding core is written in
>> way to process this sort of thing server-side.
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