The Ephox team and I attended this year’s WordCamp US in Philadelphia. Matt Mullenweg delivered his annual State of the Word presentation and gave us his vision for the Future of WordPress. This is part 5 in our State of the Word blog series, where Matt discusses accessibility, the WordPress Growth Council, and WordPress’ new project, Design.blog.
The Ephox team and I attended this year’s WordCamp US in Philadelphia. Matt Mullenweg delivered his annual State of the Word presentation and gave us his vision for the Future of WordPress. This is part 3 in our State of the Word blog series, where he discusses recent WordPress developments, the launch of their new plugin directory, and internalization.
The Extended Family of WordPress: BuddyPress, HackerOne & GlotPress in 2016 – State of the Word (Part 2)
The Ephox team and I attended this year’s WordCamp US in Philadelphia. Matt Mullenweg delivered his annual State of the Word presentation and gave us his vision for the Future of WordPress. This is Part 2 of our State of the Word blog series.
The Ephox team and I attended this year’s WordCamp US in Philadelphia. Matt Mullenweg delivered his annual State of the Word presentation and gave us his vision for the Future of WordPress. In this post, we introduce Part 1 of our State of the Word blog series.
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It can be painful to build websites with high standard content creation requirements, for WordPress developers. It’s just as frustrating for IT professionals to address issues that get in the way creating flawless content on WordPress sites. Now, there’s a solution. Introducing TinyMCE PowerPaste for WordPress, the ultimate way to supercharge any WordPress website with advanced content creation and editing.
Most of us are familiar with the robustness of IBM WCM’s Authoring UI when it comes to search capabilities, and chasing down content items that contain keywords or phrases. While useful, WCM’s search is limited in its application. This blog post will explore how WebRadar aims to provide users with rich flexibility and in-depth insight where text occurs across your WCM instance, and how it can easily be updated.
If you use Microsoft Word for writing and WordPress for publishing, you already know they are not very compatible. Somewhere in the process of copying and pasting content, the format of your site starts to look like a mess. There is a better way.
Software developers have become hyper aware of the importance of building applications with a focus on user experience. It helps onboarding, reduces customer churn, and makes everyone’s life a little more enjoyable. Here’s how to improve the content creation experience in WordPress.
TinyMCE’s advanced copy/paste solution PowerPaste is now available as a WordPress plugin. Automatically fix Word formatting, create tables from Excel, link & embed images with content pasted from the internet.
When it comes to creating and designing a product, we are looking for the best solution to ensure we meet our goal. Ultimately, our goal will always be to convince the customer to buy our product or use our service; i.e., for converting leads into sales. But what can we do to ensure the highest conversion rate (i.e., of leads to sales) possible?
I hope you’ve been following along with our Top 10 rich-text editor series, highlighting some of the many reasons why Ephox solutions should be the choice for your next project. To wrap the series up we produced an easy to digest infographic highlighting the top talking points from the series.
Full text search and text replace are killer new features of WebRadar 5. In previous posts, we’ve discussed what these features are and what they can do to solve everyday problems. I thought we might take a dive under the hood to see what makes this functionality tick. I’ll discuss the “search” and “replace” features separately, as they present separate technical challenges.
Humans have only been grappling with the art and science of computer programming for roughly half a century. Compared to most arts and sciences, computer science is in many ways still just a toddler, walking into walls, tripping over its own feet, and occasionally throwing food across the table. As a consequence of its relative…
One of the main features in our recent TinyMCE 4.4 update was the introduction of the new InLite theme, which gives our content creators a lightweight in-line editing option. The InLite theme contains two pieces of InLite-only functionality: QuickImage and QuickLink.
We’ve worked for much of the past year to understand the needs and wishes of the TinyMCE Community. During this process, we found a few common themes. First, the need for fast, reliable help. Second, the need for high-quality resources to make your life easier while you work. With that said, we’re excited to announce our new Community hub. Here’s a quick functional tour.