3 months ago goldenticketParticipant
Pretext: Although support is no longer provided in the forums, I thought I’d drop this here since the Trello card still has it listed here (https://trello.com/b/jHh9E92P/wp-ultimo-roadmap)
My priority for this feature is low as I don’t use the Gutenberg editor yet, but I don’t know how others feel.
Summary: I think it would be helpful to have the ability for WP-Ultimo users to have the option to hide and edit the Gutenberg editor preview HTML message with a simple checkbox and text box.
Reasoning: To easily create a white-label experience, or to keep a WordPress branded experience if their WaaS is not white-label.
Reference material: There’s more reference here for the filter:
Keep up the work!2 months, 4 weeks ago Arindo DuqueKeymaster
This is interesting… I’ll add that to our list.
Do you know if that filter covers the WordPress logo animation as well? Not sure if it only applies to the message.
Cheers,2 months, 4 weeks ago goldenticketParticipant
I’m not sure either. I originally found everything on some issue tickets here: https://github.com/WordPress/gutenberg/issues/12238
If you haven’t already seen it, this is where everything is rendered: https://github.com/WordPress/gutenberg/blob/master/packages/editor/src/components/post-preview-button/index.js#L15-L93
I hope this helps, and thank you!1 month, 2 weeks ago Arindo DuqueKeymaster
Thanks for the documentation, @goldenticket, it really helped.
So, 1.9.14 (to be released in a few days) takes the first steps in this direction.
We now have a class file dedicated to Gutenberg support that we can extend with further releases and by default, we change the Markup to the network logo (with a subtle animation) and a message containing the network name.
I’m attaching an example.
Thanks again for the suggestion.
- This reply was modified 1 month, 2 weeks ago by Arindo Duque.
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.1 month, 2 weeks ago goldenticketParticipant
That’s great news, thank you!
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