On 31 May 2010 23:53, William Le Ferrand <william(a)corefarm.com> wrote:
I've started to develop a simple wysiwyg editor that could be useful to
wikipedia. Basically the editor gets the wiki code from wikipedai and builds
the html on client side. Then you can edit the html code as you can imagine
and when you are done another script converts the html back to wiki code.
There is a simple demo here :
This is a nice approach, It will be really helpfull for no-geek
people, and theres millions (literally) of no geek people you may want
to be able to edit a MediaWiki based wiki.
"Beyond this place, there be dragons!"
I like your implementation, because feel almost fullscreen. Too bad
theres two scrollbars. Are these two scrollbars needed? Maybe the
whole "page" can scroll, and the toolbar be stuck on the top of the
I suppose your implementation still pretends is a textarea, because
that way the toolbar is always visible. But this is not needed if
theres some CSS magic that can make the toolbar visible.. floating.
You can even have different toolbar in different regions, like a
"Close / Save " toolbar on the North-Right that only show if the mouse
is near that location.
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