External Editing

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Posted

Been using IP.C a lot over the last few days - and I've thought of something that would make things easier for editing large amounts of pages:

A way to 'export' pages into the file system (maybe even if only available IN_DEV) that will place your pages as a file in a folder (/ccs_pages, maybe) under a user-defined name that will allow you to edit the page externally through your FTP editor and see the changes straight on the page. Also then, a function to allow you to re-import them back into the database.

I dunno..... just thinking out loud, something that would make my life a lot easier, anyway.

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Posted

I'm for this, but I'd rather have it implemented using WebDAV.

No need to export anything.

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IP.Content heavily ties into the IPB template system, and we have tentative plans to explore something like that in the IPB template system in an upcoming version.

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WebDAV would be brilliant to get working with IP.Content. It would allow me to get away from the built-in editors and use Coda.

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Absolutely! WebDav would a HECK of a lot better for working with templating of all sorts, but esp for CCS. :)

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Posted

Yes, please. This would be pretty awesome.

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Posted

Some Updates on this? Im also looking for this feature.

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Posted

There is no update on this.

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Posted

How about now? :) Still wanting this feature!

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