WYSIWYG Editor in PBWiki

Apparently PBWiki has upgraded their WYSIWYG Editor – I didn’t even know that they had one. I just edited my schedule on the CIL wiki and had my first experience with the new and improved editor – and it’s a bit annoying for someone who knows how to code – but I can see how it will be very handy in making PBWiki more accessible to others.

4 comments

  1. Hey, Nicole, you can actually switch to the old interface when you’re editing just by clicking the link “classic mode” in the upper right-hand corner of the editing interface. It’s nice that they still give purists an opportunity to use the old version. I personally prefer the old version because I’m so used to it, but I think they did a great job with the WYSIWYG.

  2. Hey, Nicole, you can actually switch to the old interface when you’re editing just by clicking the link “classic mode” in the upper right-hand corner of the editing interface. It’s nice that they still give purists an opportunity to use the old version. I personally prefer the old version because I’m so used to it, but I think they did a great job with the WYSIWYG.

  3. I did see that (classic mode), but I wanted to give the editor a whirl to see how it worked. You are right – it’s done really well, and I think it’s a great way to get more people comfortable with using wikis.

  4. I did see that (classic mode), but I wanted to give the editor a whirl to see how it worked. You are right – it’s done really well, and I think it’s a great way to get more people comfortable with using wikis.

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