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Author's profile photo Eddy De Clercq

Dreaming of a perfect SDN web log editor, part II

In the previous web log you saw how a Dreamweaver template could be installed for creating SDN web logs. In this part, I will elaborate on the editing.

Step 1:

Create a new page. Instead of using the general templates, choose the SDN template. Make sure you’re in the Design view.


Step 2:

You will notice that can’t edit anything outside the title and the web log content itself.


Create your web log, but make sure that you follow The 1-2-3 Steps To Producing a Weblog on the layout.
Eventually check the spelling (Shift + F7) and save it if needed.

Step 3:

Switch to Code view. You will notice that only the editable regions are not grayed out.


Create a web log the usual way. Copy everything between  and  and paste it in the web log form.

Step 4:

Publish it. That’s it. That wasn’t difficult, was it?

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      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member
      Not bad but who wants to use Dreamweaver 😉

      Seriously though, Another nice set of wbelogs on using integration with SDN!!


      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member
      Sure will give that one a try, especially as I'm about to do some blogging in the near future.
      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member
      An idea would be to use wiki syntax for the blogs. This way anyone should be able to take a to minute tutorial and get it working

      Just use standard wiki syntax plus some custom defined elements for code examples etc.
      == wiki blog( ==
      === Introduction ===
      Bla bla bla

      for element in lists
      puts element

      [| This is a link to SDN]


      Of course this comment will probably be horribly formated and with no way to change it 🙂

      Author's profile photo Mark Finnern
      Mark Finnern
      Dagfinn, I like the wiki syntax idea.

      As soon as SDN Meets Labs is over in Walldorf and I have some sanity back in my inbox we will tackle the Weblogging system with new enthusiasm 🙂

      See you in Walldorf, Mark.
      P.S. Thanks for the Dreamweaver plug in Eddy, you have to show it to me next week, I didn't get it running on my machine. Probably user error.

      Author's profile photo Eddy De Clercq
      Eddy De Clercq
      Blog Post Author
      would be using stuff in XML with eg Epic. I've understood that SAP education uses it for all the courses and documentation.