Edit content inline, without going to the admin area.
The only one who doesn't disturb the original source code :D
2.3.1 become reaily bader. Where older version is awesome. You can font-size,link etc . now its lost all of it. Its now Useless.
Sure it seems like a great idea, you see something in a post that you quickly want to edit, however it's filled with bugs. For example when I edit something on the front page, the <more> will disappear from post, so then I need to go in admin anyway to add it back on!!
Also the way it operates is lousy, jumps about a lot and not easy to select what you want to edit, or to cancel or save.
Probably ok with other themes, but not for mine and don't trust it.
I was looking for a plugin to allow me to give access to staff to edit content on certain pages, and this fulfills that need.
I also like that I can restrict editing to post titles and content, and disallow other changes. A+++.
very useful for content based websites.
The setup is simple and easy to use. I recommend this to anyone who is wanting to edit their content directly from the "live webpage page", rather than the page/post edit screen. Great job guys!
This one is really great to edit default posts and pages and can be great for clients. One star is missing, becouse i want to integrate this with Advanced Custom Fields, so i can edit even them. :-) Maybe in some new version? :-) Thanx aniway!
its great plugin
Great But Has Some Issues with BBPress, like double/redundant links appearing in BBPress after activating this plugin.
Tried with Suffusion (the most used professional free one) and will mess the css on the frontend. Tabbed widgets will appear overlapped and the a webel is overlapping only half on the div it self for all elements in frontend.
This means that you see double the same element for almost anything on the page.
Lack of support for major issues like this is just enough to give it 1 star.
It might work for some, but on what themes? And not on Suffusion???
I can change my review if I can make it work with css, but it would be a long and painful hassle. I'm also fairly convinced it has issues with ssl pages, so my css is always embedded in the html source, this does not make it easy to debug.
It also interferes with the front end BuddyPress Docs plugin causing any front end edit doc page to not display the tinyMCE, so no visual on that either. (I guess it can be workaround it by going into php code and disable it for all doc pages - since those have already front end editing.... - but the hassle - and again no support)
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