Posts by: Sanne

Posts: 9
Post: 3523
Topic: Page names

Thanks you so much, Josh. Somehow I missed the notification of your post or I would have reacted sooner.

I'm checking 2.4RC2 with this setting set to false for the site I'm building right now. I'm swamped with work right now so it might be some days before I can report how it went, though.

Thanks again! I appreciate very much how you take user wishes into account for your development!

8 years ago
Post: 3418
Topic: Page names

I for one would welcome such an option, after all. It *is* easier to see the page titles in the file names when working on the files directly.

Edited: 8 years ago
Post: 3417
Topic: Custom CSS for CKEditor Toolbar Items?

I can't believe I forgot about "!important". I have no idea why it never occurred to me. This is basic CSS, I really should have known!

Thanks for answering anyway. Works wonderfully, of course. :)

8 years ago
Post: 3407
Topic: Custom CSS for CKEditor Toolbar Items?

Hi,

I'm using gpEasy 2.4b4, but since this is a general question, I hope this forum is appropriate. And just now I see there's a 2.4RC1 - haven't tried yet, will soon.

My question: I have customized the CKEditor toolbar, removed some items, shuffled things around a bit, and now I'd like to give the format and style drop down combos a bit more room.

I found the responsible style rule in include/css/inline_edit.css, line 33:

#ckeditor_area .cke_skin_kama .cke_rcombo .cke_text{
  width:33px;
  }

Changing the width does what I want, but I'd like to avoid changing the gpEasy sources if possible. I found that inline_edit.css is loaded via include/js/admin.js in a way that I'm not able to override. My own theme and plugin styles are loaded before those, it seems.

Is there a mechanism I can use to override some styles from inline_edit.css without changing the gpEasy sources?

 

Thanks a lot,
Sanne

Edited: 8 years ago
Post: 3380
Topic: Page names

Previous versions did clean page titles a bit before using them as file names, it just wasn't good enough.

Ah, yes, I remember noticing some sensible changes from page title to file name before. But still better to have full control, I understand. All fine. :)

Edited: 8 years ago
Post: 3370
Topic: Page names

Hi Josh,

thanks for the explanation. Those are indeed important reasons for that change. I can also imagine that putting file naming in the hands of end users is a bit scary and may lead to a lot of problems and less maintainable code. So I can see why you did the change and appreciate that it's for the best.

With the "Page Info" section it's also much less hassle to find the right file, if needed. I can certainly live with that.

 

Thanks again

Sanne

8 years ago
Post: 3354
Topic: Page names

I also wondered about that and would prefer the page title as file name. I'm sure there's a good reason for this change, but in case it's not too much hassle to have an option for the old file names, it would be nice to get them back.

gpEasy using files instead of a database is one reason why it's so attractive to me, because the content is easily accessible, human readable and editable, if needed. With the new file names it's much more inconvenient to find the right file, and it feels a bit as if I'm not as much in control anymore like before.

2.4b4 is great all in all though, I'm very grateful to be able to use and work with such a fine CMS.

Sanne

8 years ago
Post: 3267
Topic: Javascript bugs

Oh, great, thanks a lot, Josh!

8 years ago
Post: 3263
Topic: Javascript bugs

Hi,

new user here, thanks for gpEasy!

I found another reference to old jquery files in include > tool > ajax.php line 123:

$scripts[] = '/include/thirdparty/jquery_ui/jquery-ui-1.8.7.custom.min.js';

This breaks the link dialog. Changing to 1.8.17 fixes it.

Thanks,

Sanne

8 years ago

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