[development] Turbogears: Python framework
ber at webschuur.com
Tue Mar 7 17:29:25 UTC 2006
Op dinsdag 7 maart 2006 17:52, schreef Boris Mann:
> Nope. Not if you use Flickr as your main image store, have TinyMCE
> turned on, and drag and drop images from Flickr into your blog posts.
> And then of course there is this: http://drupal.org/node/52543
But i have yet to find the client who uses flickr. :)
U.S/.ca != Europe in these things, I think. Flickr is popular yes, but
certainly not as much as the US it seems. And even if it was: there are loads
of people who have a healthy aversion against hosting (aka giving away) their
stuff on/to a Big Company.
Besides: type content > (long in to flickr > ) open the flickr upload page (I
am aware of all the tools, yes) > upload an image > insert the image using
Some Cool Flickr Tool > store blog post. Is not what I call an ideal and easy
to grok concept. It is even harder to grok then: type content > open the
node/add/image page > upload an image > insert the image using Some Nifty
Insert Module > store blog post.
So, images are still a hard one to achieve in Drupal. Really! I added some
nice (imo) system to inline module that serves the needs of all my clients:
people who want to upload and show an image now and again.
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Sympal draait nu voor het grootste deel al op 4.7:
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