- User Since
- Nov 24 2020, 3:55 AM (43 w, 6 d)
Apr 13 2021
Gotcha, thanks! Since the current site stores for images:
- Title (used both as hover text and as below-image caption)
- Description (appended to below-image caption)
- Alt text (yep, alt text)
Apr 5 2021
How does this look in practice in terms of caption below an image, hover text over an image, and alt-text for screen-reader access?
Feb 26 2021
Would this be helpful to leverage?
Feb 23 2021
Dropping for future reference, in case you ever want to drop PHP dependencies 😀
Feb 22 2021
Is Write.as served by Nginx, Apache, or something like that? I noticed that testmysite.io reports that HTTP2 is not enabled, but should be a one-line fix in Nginx config or there's the more bleeding-edge approach https://h2o.examp1e.net/ 😉
Ah cool no worries. Yes Project Fluent is great, we've started using it where I work. It addresses the shortcomings of GNU Gettext (you can actually have variations of the same translation when different languages don't have a one-to-one conversion for some phrases) and Mozilla has also created a nice web app to collaborate on translations: https://github.com/mozilla/pontoon/
Feb 19 2021
Is the write.as web UI available in other languages (maybe through https://projectfluent.org/)? It isn't an short-term need, but may be nice to have some day for editors who's first language is Spanish. I didn't see a setting in my account preferences, but maybe it's somewhere else
Feb 18 2021
Does the lack of this mean that all users of Write.as Teams are effectively admins? Not a blocker, just checking
Awesome, that sounds easy enough then. Thank you!
Feb 17 2021
No problem, we can teach editors to adapt in the meantime! Combined with T520, will there at least be a way to copy image embeds from Snap.as into the WYSIWYG editor without having to copy markdown and switch to markdown mode (assuming that will still be an option)?
Will this make it possible to upload and caption photos from the same place as posts are written?
Dec 18 2020
Is there a ticket for being able to include multiple streams of data on the front page (making it possible to have sections for "All Recent Posts", "Featured Posts", "Posts Tagged with X", etc)?
I see the ability to suspend accounts on here. Would this apply to Write.as for Teams? Asking because when we were previously discussing a migration to Ghost.org's hosted platform, they would've allowed us to create a user account for each author fer each article on our site (around 500 people), but only charge for around 5 active users, as the rest would be suspended/inactive.