1• Front end Edition:
Your answer: This is something a few more users have asked and we are working on implementing it. It's sure is a priority and will be added in the near future.
This is great news, when implemented you myloweslife will have only JD PageBuilder, JSN Page Builder and NextGen Editor (I work also to help them from time to time) that offer the possibility to edit drag & drop WYSIWYG in both backend & Frontend. Also you will bring back the full Joomla power of dual edition.
NextGen Editor on The JED: extensions.joomla.org/extension/nextgen-editor/
Check their demo, pretty cool : demo.nextgeneditor.com/pro/
— You have to press the NGE button on the top right to start edit
Their system work exactly the same in backend, I kind of like that they don’t use a component to establish Drag & drop articles but work directly with Joomla articles
I think you offers also that possibility ?
2. Cannot direct input text in the Preview page
Yes, That’s a most, if not, you loose that live edit experience, at my first test with your builder, I jump from browser to browser as I was thinking it was a bug. Like I say it’s even more disturbing that the cursor turn to a text input icon when passing over text...
3. No button to edit new Joomla article with your editor ?
— I just created an article in JD Builder component, it’s not appearing in Joomla > Content > Article and I see no way to send it there in your component.
— I just created a new article in Joomla > Content > Article, no button to edit with JD Builder
I don’t see what you show me, remember that I use the free version, maybe this is the problem?
Anyway, I think that an article or a category created in your component should automatically also appear in Joomla content and category ,
if not you are creating 2 separate system for creating content and bypassing completely Joomla.
More, a very important question arise, what happen to the content (article & category) created in JD Builder (not appearing as Joomla content) if you uninstall JD???
You're loosing them?
…indeed, not being able to edit an article in front-end is a lack compared to other page builder which integrated for some time now, too bad also that in back-end 'live-preview' it is not possible to edit elements, as you said it, we loose live edit experience, …and finally strange that there is not a roadmap for new features ...
Regarding point 3, Joomla articles are integrated into JDBuilder but you must have Pro version:
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