by Stuart Croghan
This morning, we have released a small improvement to the College CMS editor. This development adds a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) view of the content you are editing. This means that when you open the editor (by clicking on the ‘Edit content’ link) in a right column area or on a page using the wide template, the editor form adjusts the width accordingly. So now the content is as near as possible to what you will see when you publish it to the web page.
This is the first part of a substantial development of the editor over the next few months which you’ll hear more about at a future Web Forum presentation.
Note: On some browser versions you may find that the editor form opens in a strange place on the screen. This is a computer cache issue and you will therefore need to refresh your cache by pressing CTRL-F5. This only needs to be done once.