iRev on line Page Editor
stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com
Sat Nov 7 17:38:28 CST 2009
CKEditor 3.0 handles all entities -- no filtering needed, and can display
source on command. It has hooks for saving and loading, etc.
It's output can go right to the page with no coding. The demo even shows an
Ajax thing that pops up the editor in the middle of the text it's about to
This is *almost* a mini version of CODA in a web page.
2009/11/7 Sarah Reichelt <sarah.reichelt at gmail.com>
> On Sun, Nov 8, 2009 at 6:59 AM, Sivakatirswami <katir at hindu.org> wrote:
> > I'm wondering if anyone has already build a page editor, kind of like a
> > thing... where you are on an iRev page, you click a button and (in my
> > you get the html content for
> I have written a page like this that allows me to edit some of my
> pages online. The trick is in setting the page up at the start. I use
> text files that contain the actual data and the displaying page reads
> that in and formats it for display. This means that my editing page
> just needs to list the existing text files and allow me to select one
> of them for editing, or create a new text file. The form then saves
> the edited or new text back to one of the text files so it can be
> displayed as usual.
> I make sure to replace ampersands, less-than and greater-than signs
> with their HTML entities before saving. And when saving a new file,
> On-Rev has a nasty habit of saving the file name at the start, so I
> write empty to the file first, then write my text to the file in a
> second write).
> My editing page is in a protected folder since I don't allow anyone
> but me to edit these pages, but I can send you the scripts if you
> would like.
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