[wp-hackers] Redactor WYSIWYG Editor for WP
kevinjohngallagher at hotmail.com
Sun Aug 12 15:10:15 UTC 2012
Doesn't support IE7.Regardless of whether you or I like the browser; a large number of companies/organisations/educational-institutes still use this browser.
Last year we answered an RFI where we were asked to support Netscape4/6.
Apparently the client didn't actually care about NS4/6, but wanted to weed out the companies who would complain about Enterprise's not upgrading everyone to the latest version of every bit of software they use.23 companies didn't make it through to the RFP process on their answer to that question alone.
On top of that any CMS that changed its layout / workflow significantly within a year of a previous release was deemed to be ruled out.
I understand the desire to change these things; but honestly, there needs to be some benefit to the people using and choosing the software - otherwise we're just re-painting!
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> Date: Thu, 2 Aug 2012 18:14:28 -0700
> From: admin at laptoptips.ca
> To: wp-hackers at lists.automattic.com
> Subject: Re: [wp-hackers] Redactor WYSIWYG Editor for WP
> On 02/08/2012 5:19 PM, John Blackbourn wrote:
> > On 3 August 2012 01:17, John Blackbourn<johnbillion+wp at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Many (if not most) online document editing services (eg. Google Docs)
> >> don't use contentEditable due to its limitations and cross-browser
> >> incompatibilities. They use direct DOM manipulation instead.
> > More info here:
> > http://googledocs.blogspot.co.uk/2010/05/whats-different-about-new-google-docs.html
> That post is a very good read for everybody interested in online editors.
> Direct DOM manipulation is perfect for Google Docs, but we really need
> the WYSIWYG HTML part :) Not sure there are any online HTML editors that
> don't use contentEditable.
> Exporting from Google Docs to standard HTML5 would be neat too.
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