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Missing functionality in tiny editor

  • #5096
    Avatar photo[anonymous]

    I am pretty new to Publii but I am missing two basic functionality in the Tiny Editor such as:

    • columns with responsive behavior
    • code/snippet injection in parts of the page (similar to posting code styling e.g.)
    • index of possible standardized style-classes, used in all themes, such as for full-width, sections etc.

    Can you hint me to possible solution? These features would make webdesigners life much easier since they are an essential part of building a website.

    Thx so much for your help!

    Avatar photoBob

    Hi, the first two things are worth considering, the last one I’m afraid isn’t. Publii is a CMS, not a page builder with a built-in CSS framework, which gives developers a lot of freedom in creating fast and lightweight sites.

    Avatar photo[anonymous]

    yes, I know publii is not a page builder and it is good that way. However, the tiny editor has almost “all you need” except for 1 and 2. If a full integration in the editor is not wanted, maybe there is a way you could develop a resources area, where you and other developers offer code  solutions for specific tasks!? e.g. sections with full width-background images etc.?!