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HTML Editor - Essential Features

Thread began 8/15/2011 11:05 pm by neo314 | Last modified 8/16/2011 4:07 pm by neo314 | 676 views | 2 replies


HTML Editor - Essential Features

I have been looking at using Framework Builder Themes to run two web sites with similar structure out of one set of files.

I think almost everything one needs is there. Dynamic Data Connection, Theme Driven Template, BUT without dynamic css and upload folders in HTMLEditor (and File Manager), it won't really work.

I have to have custom css for the editor for each site in order to give end user an idea what their edits will look like.

I understand the difficulty of importing style lists and such if it is dynamic, but would it be possible to have a default css just like the default database connection, but allow a variable value or something to change the location of that css page.

I can add a dynamic value for a css page, but I have to hack every editor instance to do it, and if I use the GUI, I'm afraid it will screw things up.

what I need is to be able to address for the editor css like this

  • css

    • site1 (default)

      • screen.css
      • print.css
      • cms.css

    • site2

      • screen.css
      • print.css
      • cms.css

The way style lists work is already compatible. Dynamically addressing the css of the editor and incorporating dynamic upload folder would go a long way toward truly being able to make a framework IMHO.

Thanks for your time.


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