Allow inline editing of your posts and pages from the front end using the styling of your blog.
Adds the capacity to edit your content from the front end of your WordPress blog using the styling of your blog.
Using the excellent and lightweight NicEdit WYSIWYG editor component to give you full control over the look.
The main advantages over editing this way over the traditional method is that you can see your content exactly how it will appear using all the styles and formatting of your WordPress template, plus it's far more convenient this way.
Please report any bugs, if you don't tell us it how can we fix it? Please include your WordPress version and other plugins you have installed.
WordPress Admin->Settings->Reading->Encoding for pages and feed= UTF-8
New for 0.7.6 - Save button added to the bottom of the edit box.
New for 0.7.5 - Now checks pages and posts individually for editing capabilities of the logged in user instead of checking that the user has control over editing all pages and posts.
New for 0.7.2 - Changes to the saving of the post to improve compatibility with WPML Multilingual CMS Plugin.
New for 0.7 - Able to edit multiple post/page content. AJAX load content, removing need to refresh the entire page to view changes.
New for 0.6.12 - The edit post link should now work on any theme. Many thanks to greenshady for pointing us in the right direction to fixing the default edit link.
New for 0.6.5 - Additional configuration options added to admin area; switch for the edit button and edit link, and start editing by double clicking on the content.
New for 0.6.4 - Edit Inline button replaced with an edit image to make the button less obtrusive.
New for 0.6.2 - Encoding issues seem to have been fixed.
For a list of bug fixes please check the other notes.