[Pro] WebYep and simple news page?

I want to experiment with WebYep and the WebYep action. What’s the best way to add a simple news page that my client can update?

Does anyone have any examples of something similar that they’ve done so I can get a better idea of how to design/implement something like this?

Thanks!


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Okay, I just purchased the WebYep action and downloaded the WebYep system and I have a basic page working. I would like to use a WYSIWYG in-browser editor though. Which one do you WebYep users recommend?

Here are a few that Max lists in his documentation:

http://www.kevinroth.com/rte/


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Hi,

I tend (and use it myself) to say tinyMCE.

The ckeditor (fck was the old version) is for sure similar.

RTE in never used and I never read about its use in other topics.

A “news page” depends on so many factors. There is a read more action, that placed within a loop at the end of an excerpt is creating automatically a “brand-new” instance of a pre-designed page.

Another way to go is the menu, that each entry is doing similar the same than above, but collecting the entries within this menu (like an archive).

Cheers

Thomas

PS. Max has so much examples, me and others too, but I actually do not have the time do figure out. There is not far back a webyep related topic going in the same direction. Have a quick search or look within the topics of the last five days.


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Thanks Thomas. I’ll try searching for that topic.


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Hi
personally I use TinyMCE because its easier to set up styles by using a separate style sheet so it seen within TinyMCE CkEditor is very good but for me I prefer Tiny.
RTE and FCkeditor are both now very old

kind regards Max


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Max, do you have any links to people who have used WebYep to setup news pages?


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TinyMCE looks good, but before I set this up I want to confirm something.

If I’ve styled the WebYep page content in Freeway Pro and allow my client to edit the content using a WSIWYG editor like TinyMCE, can he or she overwrite the styles I’ve setup?


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Hi Raven

No the CSS styles reside in a seperate CSS styles document. The client can not change the CSS styles. All they can do is select which font style to use from the TinyMCE rich text editor.

Mark


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Cool. Okay, so which of these version do I need to work with Freeway Pro, WebYep, and the WebYep action?


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Hi Kelly
this is the one I would recommend

TinyMCE 3.4.8

its the top link.
Also have a read of the manual about creating a separate style sheet for the TinyMCE editor
if you have any problems setting it up just email me and I will ping an example over to you

speak soon max


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Actually, it’s really cool, but in the end I thought it would be too confusing for my client. The only thing I really need for this site is the ability to create text links.


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