yahgrp at poplarware.com
Fri May 1 15:08:19 GMT 2009
I'm working on a patch for a couple of tag-related bugs today. But
before I started, I thought I would make sure I fully understood how
the current edit screens worked. Specifically, the tag and category
sections on the full Edit Post screen (as opposed to the Quick Edit
- You cannot see what tags are already on the post, if you edit an
- If you type in a tag where it says "add a new tag", the "add"
button does nothing, and if you then save the post, the tags you typed
don't get added.
- All of which means that there is no way, with JS disabled, to see
or modify the tags on the post in any way, as far as I can tell.
- Also, the "most recent" tab of the Categories section doesn't
minor, because you do have a list of all the categories available.
So my question to the list is: Is the back end of WP supposed to work
thought that standard web practice was to have things degrade nicely
users couldn't use JS-enabled browsers, but maybe that notion is
hopelessly out of date? I also believe that in the past, the WP back
media, I wouldn't say it works now. I'm not sure how long it's been
Any insight appreciated.... It will affect what I do for this patch
I'm working on, obviously.
Jennifer Hodgdon * Poplar ProductivityWare
Drupal, WordPress, and custom Web programming
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