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GabrysGabrys wrote on 05 Jan 2010 16:41

The goal of this improvement is to enable theme designers and site administrators custom styling of page elements displayed when edit box is open. One of application may be to hide current page text while editing it.

The proposed solution is to automatically add "editing" CSS class to the div with ID container-wrap when user edits a page. The "editing" class should be removed when editing is canceled.

One can then use the following CSS code:

.editing #page-content {
    display: none;
}

To hide the original page text while editing it. Other effects (like dimming the screen and highlighting the edit box) may be used as well using this technique.


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