Would this be an idea to have Someone host their article (idea)and let someone else (willing) write the code for it?
At work, since I'm getting little chance to code these days my technical relevancy with CP is fading away. I'm trying hard to maintain my link with CP. Besides all these I really have a lot of thoughts for interesting write-ups. After all, that's how my team works. I do the spec the team implements. At times I do code at work only for the sake of making POCs for the team.
You welcome the idea of floating specs for implementation volunteers ?
Starting to think people post kid pics in their profiles because that was the last time they were cute - Jeremy.
It seems you are talking about 'Update your article'. At the right upper corner are 'Get HTML to edit offline', 'Update your article', and 'Delete'.
I already did editing offline. My question is how to put the resulting HTML file in my article, or how to replace old HTML with the new.
The reason I did editing offline (in Kompozer) is that for me 'Update your article' page is notoriously bad and is very difficult to tame. For example, the design view and html view are not synchronized, I found no way to make all editing in the design view, etc. Maybe it is my illiteracy, but I dare to use this page only to change couple of sentences or correct spelling.
So I prefer to send corrected version directly to my CP editor.
I am editing this Article[^] its originally written by Vince, however when i submit it back, the original author name is lost and its replaced by mine.
I tried remove my name from author, however unable to do so. Could someone from admin team restore the order
"Opinions are neither right nor wrong. I cannot change your opinion. I can, however, change what influences your opinion." - David Crow Never mind - my own stupidity is the source of every "problem" - Mixture
I just submitted an article for the Intel App contest, but I could never get my article images see light of day. I have wasted enough time struggling with this. And I have shot mails in all directions to CP editors. Still there's no help unfortunately. Any help from this direction?
Sean Ewington is sorting out my other private article that was misbehaving with images.
Could you please let us know what's going wrong in the images insertion process? I would like to spare the editors from my SOS mails.