Currently, in my addon-for toggle -- ToggleEdit -- I have a button which generates a div like the following:
Things to enhance:
- The style should be configurable for the plugin
- Getting an unique auto-div would be nice
- Extract this from pmwiki-toggle-edit
- that takes an optional prefix for the id
- also optional classes
DONE: see https://github.com/MichaelPaulukonis/pmwikiToggleEdit for an update
TODO: package up, and deploy to pmwiki with docs
TODO: implement here
$toggleEditClass = 'well';
Then, we need to provide
div as an option in the editor.
Making a new button and configuring it is painful.
A dropdown-menu of special markup would be ideal.
See Screwturn wiki for some ideas...
This requires a rewrite of
Preferably, one that functions as it does now, unless some additional params are supplied.
So that we could render with css-sprite-icons (in-progress in Bootstrap), or arbitrary HTML elements. Like a drop-down element.
Hey. There are some recipes that do have funky elements as part of gui-edit...
I was specifically think of AjaxEditSupport, but that provides its new elements in a new line.
Since BlogIt (and the xray-kit) have page-level uploads enabled by default, images are uploaded on the page level.
But they are referenced relatively by default - at least that's how I do it, so they don't show up on the blog-aggreation page
Instead, if you use the following markup:
It should appear in both places.
It will look something like this, though, upon further editing:
TODO: find some way to automate this/make it easier.