[wp-hackers] Re: Front-end Editting

Alan Castonguay alan at verselogic.net
Sun Mar 29 10:51:50 GMT 2009

More like Flickr's method of editing titles and descriptions inline,  
but probably with the rich editor?


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On 28-Mar-09, at 20:50, Robin Chang <amorphous123 at gmail.com> wrote:

>> Sat, 28 Mar 2009 16:13:3, scribu <scribu at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> You mean like the one Blogger has, right?
> Blogger has front-end editing? Last time I checked you go to a  
> different
> page when you edit it. My description was probably lacking. I meant a
> front-end inline editing, where you have your post already there and  
> just
> want to drag or drop content boxes, resize them. And that you can  
> edit the
> content within each of them with just a double click or so and you  
> just
> start typing. Instead of going to a different page, you can edit the  
> post on
> the spot, assuming you have logged in and have permission.
> Sat, 28 Mar 2009 19:29:33, John Myrstad <john.ivar.myrstad at gmail.com
>> wrote:
>>> http://flutter.freshout.us/ lets you edit-in-place
> Yea, kind of like that but I was wondering if there was something  
> that's
> inline with your post. Like if you are looking at a post (not in the  
> admin
> console panel) as an ordinary audience member and you notice that  
> the title
> is two lines because of 1 letter, you could double click on the  
> title and
> remove a letter or change the size of it and press "save" and magic  
> things
> happen that will make it saved.
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