April 3, 2004

Textile

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