[wp-testers] Save and Continue Editing Button
oliver.seidel at deliciousdays.com
Thu Mar 20 20:33:21 GMT 2008
I second that.
Jennifer Hodgdon wrote:
> +1 from me!
> I also go back and edit published posts -- it may be that I am just
> going back to fix a typo, or in the case of my bike trails site, I
> might be importing a GPX track for a route that someone sent me,
> adding or fixing a URL related to the trail, etc.
> Just because the post is published doesn't mean I might not want to
> keep editing it, and definitely if I am in editing mode, I want to be
> able to stay on the post screen as long as I want to (i.e. save and
> continue editing).
> Lots of people use WordPress for things other than casual blogging
> (it's a great CMS in my opinion), and I imagine some are of the same
> opinion as Dave and me.
> -- Jennifer
> Dave Churchill wrote [snipped]:
>> Hi, ok a bit more info on what I am doing and why I think we need an
>> Auto-Save or Save and Continue Editing button in W 2.5.
>> Because of the way I use WP I re-edit posts and pages
>> days/weeks/months even years after their original publish date. This
>> is because I like to update the content, usually with related links
>> to external sites.
>> When I edit a post I like to quickly check everything is ok before
>> moving on to the next post. In WP 2.3 I have 2 window (tabs) open in
>> my browser - one where I edit the post, then click Save and Continue
>> Editing and the other window (tab) for previewing the changes. [...]
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