To stop confusing from clients, i think the WYSIWYG editor should import the CSS styles and apply them within the editor so it is truly "what you see is what you get". This will stop clients from forcing text to be a certain way when in fact it is styled correctly through CSS already.118 votes
You can already do this to a degree – you can specify a content stylesheet URL in your site settings, and this stylesheet will be applied to any content in the WYSIWYG, and event the “styles” drop down menu will include the classes from this stylesheet.
I’m keeping this open because we’re also working on a true inline editing branch, that doesn’t require the popup editor.
I guess the perfect example of this may be if you have a news section and want to show the most recent article on the home page73 votes
We’re working on this very hard. (P.S. you could use our server side includes feature to create shared regions of content in the mean time: http://blog.pagelime.com/2009/09/16/new-labs-feature-auto-publish-server-side-includes/ )
You could then include a slight discount for a bulk payment. This would ensure some peace of mind for those who wish to settle 12 months (or even 24+ months) upfront.42 votes
We love the idea :). We just haven’t gotten around to implementing it.
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