Megan Crouch commented on Nov 20, 2012

Re: Inline authoring with Web Content Management

Joe, I opened the article in FF and I did not have any issues.

Joe Breal commented on Nov 19, 2012

Re: Inline authoring with Web Content Management

When viewing this article in FF the content is truncated on the right. Thanks

venkata bandlamudi commented on Oct 18, 2012

Re: Inline authoring with Web Content Management

Hi Balaji,

Thanks for this information. I am trying to signal sign on to authoring server from production server. It works well in IE and chrome. But I have issue in Firefox it seems Firefox can able to signal sign on to authoring server and display the respective content page the issue here is that it is not displaying the content which in body as well as Multi-locale Translation Information.

This issue only I can see in firefox.In Firefox it displays the content page and also data corresponding to other elements but only data corresponding to the BODY and Multi-locale Translation Information not shows up.

http://[authoring_server]/wps/myportal?uri=dialog%3Awcm&docid=com.aptrix.pluto.content.Content/&action=read

Thanks In Advance and Your help is highly appreciated.

Ben Shoemate commented on Jan 5, 2012

Re: Inline authoring with Web Content Management

This worked great in version 7 as well. Just tried it. :)

Lisa Tomita commented on Apr 15, 2010

Inline authoring with Web Content Management

What do you mean by "it failed?" If it's not showing up the author actually needs to have enough permissions to create content in WCM on the rendering server even though that's not where he will be creating the content.

Douglas Irvine commented on Oct 21, 2008

Approving Content In-Line

How can you approve content in-line when only published content can be viewed in the "live" site?

I created an approve action in my authoring tool component, however, the content I need to approve cannot be seen anywhere in the site.

The only way I can see the content is to go into the WCM Authoring Portlet which is what we want to avoid (too complex for end users).

Hans Widjaja commented on Sep 26, 2008

Thanks for the info

The information is really useful, however, when I try to use the sample url above, it failed.

Can you give me another sample?