I only now submitted the Envato form, I hope it’s not too late to jump in.
Yes, they are still allowed.
Sounds good. Is there any built-in way to default to the HTML Editor instead of the simpler text area (to eliminate the extra click / potential confusion)?
There is no option for that, but can be easily achieved by adding one line of code to one of the js files, we can help with that.
WPWiseOwl saidYes, that’s what I mean. You can do the same on every textarea in the page builder.
I see. When you say “after click”, are you’re referring to the “Edit with HTML Editor” link? I would more expect to see HTML only editor rather than a WYSIWYG TinyMCE content editor that also allows HTML editing. However, that minor confusion isn’t really all that important if it does what I want.
WPWiseOwl saidIt supports full TinyMCE, screenshots: http://pbrd.co/JVKTE1 and after click: http://pbrd.co/JVL2HM
Thanks for the tip! Very nice and certainly that’s the general idea. Though the video would seem to suggest it only supports mere text areas rather than a full TinyMCE (Rich Text) Content Editor functionality which is what I’d ideally want.
Just a note, instead of using 60*60, you can just use HOUR_IN_SECONDS (it’s a constant defined by WP).
It’s a lot more readable that way, at least in my opinion.
More about that: http://codex.wordpress.org/Transients_API#Using_Time_Constants
Perhaps someone knows of a page builder that doesn’t embed the TinyMCE content editor in a modal but instead something more akin to an accordion style (non popup windowed) content editor block?
We don’t use popup.
Instead, below each textarea you have “Edit in HTML mode” link ,which when clicked, brings in focus editor in full width (just like when you normally edit the posts).
Then you have save button below it, which returns you back to where you where, of course with content changed based on your input.
I’m talking about OneUp theme, by pixelentity
I was featured. So yeah, no rules