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|Posted by Anonymous at Oct 9, 2003 3:28:30 PM|
form instead of wysiwyg editor
I'm searching something like this:
I want to offer a form instead of the wysiwyg editor. There should be input fields for the user so that content like name, date or other content can be entered.
How can I realize this? Is a module available that provides this functionality?
|Posted by Anonymous at Oct 13, 2003 4:16:07 PM|
i don`t know any module which provides this.
But it`ll be a very fine feature!
I think to do this you have to patch the core of Opencms.
May be you have a look at the News-Module 1.4 which is available for downlaod at
Hope this helps
|Posted by Anonymous at Oct 17, 2003 11:20:40 PM|
These are called "Backoffice Modules". They are launched from the administrative area and are based off of channels typically. The documentation for these is very difficult to find. Most of what I have done in this area has been trial and error.
|Posted by Anonymous at Feb 24, 2004 5:26:03 PM|
just a newbie too...
I have the same problem as described here some months ago. Has anyone seen a good tutorial for this purpose?
|Posted by Arrasz at Feb 25, 2004 9:11:12 AM|
Have a look on opencms.al-arenal.de
There you can find tutorials for developing backoffice Modules.
Anyway it is a lot of work, to create a module like this in the link.
If you want to spy, then download the news module 2.1 There are the sources included.
btw. there are some companies who develop individual modules for you!
* Joachim Arrasz
* OpenSource Solutions
* Synyx GmbH & Co. KG Karlstr. 68 76137 Karlsruhe
* @phone +49(0)721 66 24 866
* @eMail firstname.lastname@example.org
* @www http://www.synyx.de
|Posted by Anonymous at Jul 28, 2004 4:45:32 PM|
Re: form instead of wysiwyg editor
Hi, I'm a new user of OpenCMS and I have the same problem you describe here. In this time have you find any helpfull sources ??