- We’re going to integrate the media modal
** We will make smart decisions on how much to show and what pane to show on the modal (if a site is pressed, default to a “tab” showing the images from the site)
- We’re going to make it easier to add to bookmarks from a phone
- Looking into custom keyboard characters to make those using markdown to use it with less effort
- We’re going to add two tinyMCE buttons to the mobile layout: Link and Quote.
- We’re going to look into browser extensions for mobile.
I’m sure I’m missing a few things. Feel free to add on.
(I sure wish I could use our PT to create posts like this.)
Started styling for embed UI
So far, just an oEmbed iFramed object and a video:
I need to research native WP video/audo/playlist UI before I mess with that. (we should probably use that for uploaded media if it’s nice on touch devices.
I decided to avoid trying to replicate how the gallery could look when published and focused on making interacting with it a breeze on any device (hopefully). This means I opted for the familiar same-sized square grid accompanied with a label and options.
How it could look on larger viewports:
And on smaller viewports (vertical in this case):
After selecting an image:
I’d love to hear your thoughts on these interactions. Thanks!
- currently AJAX driven, but ready to be switched to using the WP-API endpoints as they become available
- is backward compatible with the current versino of the Press This bookmarklet as bundled in WP, but also bring its own, more powerful one with it
- can blog any web page found online, blockquoting an excerpt, including a selection of in-page images to choose from said images are augmented with meta data to sort them in the order the site advertises to be best
- overrides /wp-admin/press-this.php and its behavior, so that we’re 100% backward comaptible
- overrides the bookmarklet JS code provided in /wp-admin/tools.php
1) direct access: quick post of sort, more to come with media and formatting tools
2) modal: when accessed via new bookmarklet code: will show in an iframe within the visited page itself
3) popup: if the currently visited page is SSL but the target install is not, we open Press This in a popup instead. We also do that if the”legacy” bookmarklet code is used. It’s pretty awesome for Pressing from your sweet smartphone.
- formatting and media upload tools (+editor)
- de-selecting a picture (if none wanted)
- Direct access permalink location
Overall, a pretty quick meeting. We’re getting closer.
Install user flow
I really want to look how the bookmarklet, extension, and app are installed this week.
User color scheme
We should look at pulling the user’s admin color scheme.
Mockups/design needs to be addressed.