Request: Structured Content
As far as I can tell, the current wysiwyg editor makes it hard to input content in a *structured* fashion - I would like to be able to add content in terms of headings and sub-headings (H1-H5 etc. + CSS) instead of using font sizes, which are messy (and deprecated).
Amen to that.
Don't forget the properties and extras tabs, these let you input content structured in any fashion you'd like (with css), and they keep it consistent. The article tab is just one component of the structured page. When you get your templates configured, all of these can (and should) be filled with plain text.
True, you can add more structure to the content by breaking it up into fields; however, there are not enough fields for every use. Also, good separation of content from presentation needs to be made available within the article itself.
The failure to support H1, H2, etc. has always puzzled me. Weird that it wasn't part of version 2, since we've got things like numbered and bulleted lists, blockquotes, and colored text. Heading tags are the basic building blocks of well-organized content, and are given priority in the analysis of some search engines.
M. C. Matti
Ron, I disagree that the article tab (i.e. the Body field) should be filled with plain text.
I'd be happy with two pretty minor changes :
I second Michael's request to turn off nomal view on a page-by-page basis, as well as the request for h1-h4 tags.
Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes!
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