April 3, 2004
One of my favorite features of Textpattern is its builtin integration with Textile, a sort of markup language that lets you do a lot of html stuff w/o really know html. While, it's not a big deal for me because I know HTML, it is a huge time saver. Being able to add bold by *this is in bold* or emphasis with _in italics please_. Making hyperlinks was as easy as "one, two, three":http://www.google.com/.
Etc. I hope the U at least considers adding Textile to their MT installation. Otherwise, Markdown looks interesting, but I haven't had a chance to play around with it.
Posted by froe0071 at April 3, 2004 2:42 PM
Brad, given your knowledge of MovableType I'm very interested in your thoughts on the installation and it's relative speed on UThink. So, what do you think so far?
Also, if you have any specific MT plug-ins you could recommend, just shoot them my way. I will definitely look into Markdown and Textile. I am also looking into adding the code necessary to make the formatting buttons on the MT New Entry page show up in Mozilla based browsers. Right now they only show up if you use IE, as I'm sure you know.
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Also, if you have any specific MT plug-ins you could recommend, just shoot them my way
Personally, as i learn something that's worked to me, I want to show that with others. But there really are no absolutes in the case of blogging or social media generally speaking, for that matter.