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MBMedia says

I just wanna say rather nice and relatively painless improvement to the site would be the ability for authors to edit their FAQs. Right now you just have to delete and re-make them, re-formatting any HTML tags you used, etc. Kind of a pain when all I want to do is add a tidbit about something or change a line number where explaining some code. Thoughts?

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Joost Volunteer moderator says

A quick-fix would be to keep a local copy of your FAQ per item so you can just copypaste it in and then edit it, leaving HTML styling in place ;)

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TNL3542 says

A quick-fix would be to keep a local copy of your FAQ per item so you can just copypaste it in and then edit it, leaving HTML styling in place ;)

off topic here.. mbmedia u have 1110 posts.. i was born 11/10/ and to joost 1993 is when i graducated high school :)

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MSFX Volunteer moderator says

I just wanna say rather nice and relatively painless improvement to the site would be the ability for authors to edit their FAQs. Right now you just have to delete and re-make them, re-formatting any HTML tags you used, etc. Kind of a pain when all I want to do is add a tidbit about something or change a line number where explaining some code. Thoughts?

incentive to get it right first time ;) ? :P

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pezflash says

I can’t remember how many times i’ve asked for this.

http://activeden.net/searches?term=Faqs+editable&type=forums

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MBMedia says

I can’t remember how many times i’ve asked for this.

http://activeden.net/searches?term=Faqs+editable&type=forums

:(

When I started this thread I though “I wonder if this has been asked for before” ... but seconds later decided that if it had been brought up before but hadn’t been implemented yet then it deserved a new thread :) It’s one of those things where the feature is small and the good it does is big…it really should get done. Even if the two text fields (the Q and the A) edit separately from each other that would still be just fine.

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pezflash says

When I started this thread I though “I wonder if this has been asked for before” ... but seconds later decided that if it had been brought up before but hadn’t been implemented yet then it deserved a new thread…

It deserves many threads. So go ahead with a new one! :) Hope you’ll be more lucky than me…

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