Last year, John Saddington wrote a piece for WP Daily (R.I.P.) about the plugin MotoPress, which led to a rather interesting discussion about drag and drop functionality in WordPress. MotoPress has since refined and released a version of their plugin, and I thought it might be a good time to revisit the plugin and the issue. MotoPress Content Editor Think of MotoPress as a drag and drop post editor. Basically, you create a new post, then click a button to enter the “MotoPress Content Editor,” a unique editor where you can drag and drop various components into place. There are […]
Happy Friday everyone! The weekend is finally here! There’s a bunch of new and updated plugins to share today. Check them out after the jump!
It’s hard to stay enthusiastic about new WordPress products, especially ones that do not necessarily seem to push the boundaries of WordPress design and development, let alone software development as a whole. Drag and drop interfaces is not something new and it’s been done in more than a few WordPress-centric product before. And to be honest, drag-and-drop interfaces as a whole aren’t something that is very attractive to me. I’ll admit, somewhat emotionally and illogically I just feel that d-n-d features make the product worse, not better. I feel like for a neat feature they sacrifice the integrity of the overall […]