More functionality when posting to EPiServer Community blogs

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When posting blog entries in EPiServer Community you can only type in title and text.

Is it possible to get a rich editor like EPiServer's blog. (Live writer)

I want at least possibility to attach files and add related links.
Are there some plans for the future to implement more features for the blog editor in EPiServer community?

#32056
Aug 20, 2009 15:42
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I have not tried to implement attaching files but when it comes to editors  it seems like FCKEditor is one of the most used and it is fairly easy to implement.

Erik Nordin has written a blog post on it: http://antecknat.se/blog/2008/07/18/implementing-the-fckeditor/

 

#32058
Aug 20, 2009 16:30
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I have almost fully implemented the LiveWriter API for the blog module in EPiServer Community. I'll post the source code and a blog post about it when I'm done and have the time.

I'd be happy to share the code that I have with you now though. If you want it, drop me a line at joel.abrahamsson@nansen.se

#32060
Aug 20, 2009 16:50
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Does EPiServer have any plans to extend the blog post functionality?

Is there anywhere I can see EPiServer's future plans for the Community?

#32278
Aug 28, 2009 15:51
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Register at http://reisetips.visitnorway.com/ and check out their implementation of TinyMCE in the blog module of Relate+. In addition to rich text they have used the image gallery in order to upload pictures and diplay them in a neat light box (inside the blog) http://reisetips.visitnorway.com/no/Reisetips/Mine-Reisetips/?userId=443&entryId=1331

#32313
Aug 31, 2009 14:12
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It took me a while, but I just posted a blog post about Windows Live Writer integration for EPiServer Community.
#32858
Sep 22, 2009 9:52
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I'm not a developer, but I'm particularly interested in whether Episerver have any plans to extend the Community functionality to use rich text editors across the site.  This was originally raised in this forum - but it doesn't seem to have been aswered.  Any ideas?

#37094
Feb 19, 2010 16:13
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btw, it's pretty easy to add tinyMCE editor to all required fields - blog entries, forum posts, etc. If you need sample - just ping me.

#56614
Jan 30, 2012 14:38
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