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Re: A great source for astonishing Galleries/Slideshows

Posted: Mon Sep 22, 2014 2:25 am
by bburgess
tommy888 wrote:Hi Guys,
When surfing the Internet I've come across a website offering various galleries (open source code to be developed/used) that can be transformed into amazing extensions with differ transitions/options.
Cricky that is nice, thanks for the link :)
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HTML & Java / PHP based Web Quizes/Polls section in WB10

Posted: Tue Sep 23, 2014 10:13 am
by tommy888
It would be extremely useful to have a quiz/pooll section added to the WB10 where a member could create an interactive quiz for their websites. As mobile devices (most of them) no loger support flash, java and html quizes are now most approprite for a website to have a wide spectrum of viewers. There are some free java & HTML quizes script available (True or False, Multiple Choice, Multiple select, Multiple Match, Essay, Fill in the word/phrase). I believe it would be a great asset in the latest WB10. Similarly polls, questionnaires could be made. It will encourage more students/teachers to buy such a complete supurb Web Creation Tool as WB :)

Re: SUGGEST FOR EXTENSION DEVELOPMENT

Posted: Tue Oct 14, 2014 6:52 am
by zinc

Re: SUGGEST FOR EXTENSION DEVELOPMENT

Posted: Tue Nov 18, 2014 1:50 pm
by naftalina
I will like mnu like here: http://rekkiabilly.com/

Re: SUGGEST FOR EXTENSION DEVELOPMENT

Posted: Tue Nov 18, 2014 1:54 pm
by [RZ]
naftalina wrote:I will like mnu like here: http://rekkiabilly.com/
it is not the menu but the slide on top, later tonight an extension for this will be released (it is ready, just testing it)

Re: SUGGEST FOR EXTENSION DEVELOPMENT

Posted: Tue Nov 18, 2014 1:55 pm
by zinc
naftalina wrote:I will like mnu like here: http://rekkiabilly.com/

You can do this with

viewtopic.php?f=53&t=55787

viewtopic.php?f=53&t=48834

Re: SUGGEST FOR EXTENSION DEVELOPMENT

Posted: Tue Nov 18, 2014 2:46 pm
by naftalina
Hm, I'm not sure. I'll try.

Re: SUGGEST FOR EXTENSION DEVELOPMENT

Posted: Tue Nov 18, 2014 2:52 pm
by zinc
naftalina wrote:Hm, I'm not sure. I'll try.

What do you mean you are not sure?

See

http://bit.ly/1vlQlGk

Re: SUGGEST FOR EXTENSION DEVELOPMENT

Posted: Tue Nov 18, 2014 2:54 pm
by naftalina
Not the same! :mrgreen:

Re: SUGGEST FOR EXTENSION DEVELOPMENT

Posted: Sun Nov 30, 2014 1:44 pm
by TrevH
Hi,

Would it be possible to do an extension for a responsive menu, similar to the types included in Arti****, that starts off as horizontal and then breaks into a responsive vertical (preferable with ability to add sub menus, break points, different stylings, borders and as many other parameters as possible).

here is a sample:
http://responsive-nav.com/demo-respondjs/#
http://responsivemobilemenu.com/demo/

I have been looking at 3rd party software but they seem tricky to implement such as they cannot be seen in the wysiwyg design stage, I am talking here of such products as cof*****, css3menu etc.

Re: SUGGEST FOR EXTENSION DEVELOPMENT

Posted: Sun Nov 30, 2014 2:21 pm
by BaconFries
Yes it is possible. But there are restrictions to what can and cannot be used...to be able to use any script as a extension it must be free to use, it requires in some cases that the original author grants the use and if so it may require a link back to them or that any copyright within the script remains intact or any watermark it may also have cannot be removed.

We can also not use Commercial (Paid scripts such as Code Canyon) scripts that require a licence to use, we also cannot just scrape code from other sites page or use code generated by Commercial programs (CSS3Menu, Blumentals etc) that generate menus due to iicence and copyrights.

You can of course use external menu generating programs youself and bring into rthe program by using the HTML Object and the File Publisher object but again these are for your use only....

Re: SUGGEST FOR EXTENSION DEVELOPMENT "Responsive menus"

Posted: Mon Dec 01, 2014 10:29 am
by TrevH
Hi,

My idea of perfection would be a killer extension for making fully customizable css responsive menus (including sub menus) that can have the break point be set manually to collapse from a horizontal menu into a single drop down menu (hamburger style with adjustable button width and icon placement) and that is ideally always on top of all other layers even when pulled in from a master page (as the panel menu is able to).

The best examples of versatility and variety in menu design and styling I saw was in Arti***** where every menu can look and work fantastically well regardless of it's type, placement, styling or design. But also, to go one better, why not also allow buttons with sub menus to open the sub menus accordion style, to reveal the sub menus pushed below instead than opening offset to the side.

I think this would be a really fantastic feature for WYSIWYG software which is imho so far ahead of everything else out there except on the responsive menu design.... Could you please consider it? :D

SEO, Keywords, page content analysis tools.

Posted: Mon Dec 22, 2014 11:34 am
by TrevH
Hi,

To improve workflow why not be able to select some page text, right click and have an add to pop up menu option of being able to "add to metatag description" or add to "keywords" so that the selected text is then copied into the relevant section of the page properties meta tags box.

On the subject of seo, it may be out of the program's remit as a web design software, but how about an idea to include some kind of built in text analysis & keyword tools within the page properties section... such as something similar to the page weight idea but that analyzes the text content on a page and then calculates which words (and 2,3,4 word phrases) are showing up with the highest density % (as those would actually be seen as keywords by search engines excluding common stop words etc). Also something similar to the existing page errors section but that offers built in suggestions that can enhance pagerank or spot things that would negatively affect seo. I know there are tools and sites out there that do all this, but wouldn't some kind of built in seo analysis / development tools / extensions be great to quickly spot potential seo improvements/errors?

:)

Re: SEO, Keywords, page content analysis tools.

Posted: Mon Dec 22, 2014 2:06 pm
by SteveMann
TrevH wrote:... have an add to pop up menu option of being able to "add to metatag description" or add to "keywords" so that the selected text is then copied into the relevant section of the page properties meta tags box.
If I could vote on this, I would vote no.
I would suggest that we want the WWB developers to stick with their core competency - generating websites. SEO is a moving target and would constantly pull developers away from CC. SEO is a black art and most "SEO Experts" aren't. Finally, SEO for your sites may be a different target than mine.

There's already plenty of third-party SEO tools available.

Re: SUGGEST FOR EXTENSION DEVELOPMENT

Posted: Mon Dec 22, 2014 3:05 pm
by TrevH
Hi stevemann, I did say it may be out of the program's remit as a web design software, as I realise what you say is quite valid regarding concentrating on core web design competency... I am not looking for anything that detracts from designing.

Perhaps I gave the wrong impression regarding explaining my use of it for SEO...

So I'll rephrase it, I suppose I am asking for flexible a word / phrase count text tool that hopefully can calculate or compare the % of times a word / phrase appears on a page within text excluding common stop words. To me this is just as useful a text spell checker is, and also a right click menu to then add text or phrases directly from the page (or the word count tool) straight into relevant meta tag sections as one works to improve work flow.