Feature requests for the user blogs
Andy_teacher last edited by Pesala
Choice of (very) Dark Themes)
I just checked my blog here (actually untouched for a couple of years) and I agree - I would especially like a choice of (very) dark themes. Is this possible?
Allow plugins/themes provided from Wordpress platform
phool4XC last edited by Gwen-Dragon
Post to blog by email
It would be useful to have the ability to update the blog by email. Most of my posts to Blogger while hiking across Europe were done this way.
Hadden89 last edited by Hadden89
@andy_teacher Custom themes are not in yet.
The closest one is vivaldi communities with black background.
Hello. Will there be an opportunity to install custom themes, edit HTML, CSS, add JS. For example, I need the ability to work with formulas for an engineering blog and I need to use third-party scripts, such as MathJS. And I would like to embed calculation forms with JS. Is this functionality expected?
This toolbar on blog editing should float and follow the point of the blog entry we are editing:
(Current behaviour: "disappear" on scroll, which means you have to go on top to use a button).
Implement a better WYSIWYG plugin ^^
An actual Fullscreen Editor
Currently there is a "full height" "distraction-free" editor you can use, but that has two problems:
Full height just makes it scroll on the page instead of the text box which is actually worse for me.
It's not really distraction free as it seems to end up having more animations happening on the page.
For me, a proper fullscreen editor would just make the textbox fill the page and pin the formatting toolbar to the top. (the full width is most useful when viewing the html)
agg last edited by agg
Inbuilt resize option on uploading a photo over the 2 MB limit
On the go photoblogging from a phone is impractical without this.
Better support for
I'm trying to do some japanese, and noticed that ruby tags don't really work properly. E.g. this code:
<ruby> 日本語<rt>にほんご</rt> </ruby>
This is how it's supposed to look:
This is how it ends up looking when the same tags are rendered in the editor:
And in the published blog post it just doesn't work at all:
Customise the "Sign in to comment" message
Right now if you enable sign in to comment, all you are given is
Leave a Reply
You must be logged in to post a comment.
I would like to be able to customise this to say, for example:
Leave a Reply
Because of a high amount of spam, please log in to post a comment.
Dynamic news page
I would very much like a version of the old MyOpera links page, specifically for the RSS ability it had.
Having a page dynamically populate with the 5 recent posts from each of my most used feeds, made it into a genuinely useful homepage that many other people ended up using.
delerued last edited by Gwen-Dragon
En / Fr
Would it be possible to:
- to be able to upload pdf files, because at the moment it is not possible at all (cf: https://i.imgur.com/LRCzWHc.png)
- to have the possibility to modify the email address in the profile of his blog, because currently this is not possible (cf: https://i.imgur.com/TU44gHF.png)
- to have access to the custom css function of wordpress
Thank you for your feedback and possible consideration of these requests.
modedit formatted bold requested features
Serait-il envisageable de :
- pouvoir téléverser des fichiers pdf, car actuellement ce n'est malheureusement pas possible (cf : https://i.imgur.com/LRCzWHc.png)
- d'avoir la possibilité de modifier l'adresse mail dans le profil de son blog, car actuellement ce n'est pas possible (cf : https://i.imgur.com/TU44gHF.png)
- d'avoir accès à la fonction custom css de wordpress
Merci de vos retours et éventuelle prise en compte de ces demandes.
Please install the Classic Editor plugin which adds an option to switch between the Classic and the Gutenberg Editor.
@Brawl: The Classic Editor plugin is already installed. Unless I'm very much mistaken, you should be able to turn it on by going in to the Plugins page for your site and activating the plugin.
@thomasp I don't have a plugins page
@Brawl: You're right, I was very much mistaken.
I'm looking into this some more, but I can tell you that within the Gutenberg editor you can add a "Classic Block" (under the "Formatting" category of block) that allows you to then work as if in the classic editor.
@Brawl: you should now be able to switch editors in Settings > Writing.
@thomasp Thank you!!!!
@thomasp Thank you so much!!!