[wp-hackers] Idea- Rethinking Wordpress theme editor
otto at ottodestruct.com
Fri Feb 24 19:11:45 UTC 2012
When using Firefox I use the Web Developer extension for exactly that
purpose, only a bit more manually.
Basically you can edit the CSS live and see the changes. Once I'm
satisfied, I can just select-all, copy, paste into the theme editor,
and save. Not the most efficient means of saving, but it does the job.
On Fri, Feb 24, 2012 at 12:00 PM, drecodeam <drecodeam at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am Ankur Anand, a student from India.. While working on the theme for my blog, i thought of an idea to provide a 'Design in the Browser' approach to designing or customizing a Wordpress theme.
> The idea is to use a Firebug (http://getfirebug.com/)/Firefox Inspect (http://blog.mozilla.com/blog/2012/01/31/firefox-adds-powerful-new-developer-tools/) interface to make changes to the CSS of the elements loaded, and then upload the changes back to the server. The main idea is to provide a tool which lets us edit the CSS Live in the browser and then save the changes.
> Here is the overview of the idea : http://ankuranand.in/blog/2012/02/rethinking-wordpress-theme-editor/.
> Also, i have added mockups and detailed explanation of the idea and the features. http://ankuranand.in/blog/2012/02/rethinking-wordpress-theme-editor-part-2/.
> I have already started working on the project, and needed suggestions from the community members over the design, features and implementation of the idea.I wanted to do this as a Google Summer of Code project.
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