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Tandy

Not too shy to talk
Posted on: 2005/7/22 13:47
Tandy
Tandy (Show more)
Not too shy to talk
Posts: 110
Since: 2003/8/11
#11

Re: Content Module Decision Question

Sweet bleedin' Jeebus on a Garage Creeper! Where has this module been all my life! Man, this is doing EXACTLY what I have needed for a long time. Now, there are a few bugs in it, such as holding format of cut n' pasted stuff and whatnot, but I can get by that. Still, this is way, way cool.

BTW, to the doubters about the menu thing: The module menu function picks up all the other menu functions from Main menu.

This is a slick piece of work. I am going to be installing it on all my sites, over time. Kudos to the author. This rocks.
"Tricks and Treachery are the practices of fools, who don't have the brains to be honest"-Bejamin Franklin...

Tandy

Not too shy to talk
Posted on: 2005/7/22 13:47
Tandy
Tandy (Show more)
Not too shy to talk
Posts: 110
Since: 2003/8/11
#12

Re: Content Module Decision Question

Sweet bleedin' Jeebus on a Garage Creeper! Where has this module been all my life! Man, this is doing EXACTLY what I have needed for a long time. Now, there are a few bugs in it, such as holding format of cut n' pasted stuff and whatnot, but I can get by that. Still, this is way, way cool.

BTW, to the doubters about the menu thing: The module menu function picks up all the other menu functions from Main menu.

This is a slick piece of work. I am going to be installing it on all my sites, over time. Kudos to the author. This rocks.
"Tricks and Treachery are the practices of fools, who don't have the brains to be honest"-Bejamin Franklin...

sunsnapper

Friend of XOOPS
Posted on: 2005/7/23 13:55
sunsnapper
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Posts: 403
Since: 2002/4/10
#13

Re: Content Module Decision Question

I chose WFChannel for my content module because I find that it works well with the Koivi editor.

Koivi is a WYSIWYG editor that is cross-browser (Firefox/IE) and cross-platform (Windows/Mac Safari)... and, even more importantly in my case, creates pretty decent xhtml tags.

But, I've used all the content modules at one time or another, and I have no complaints about any of them.
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