WYSIWYG Screenshots

Owen has a nice animated screenshot of the new WYSIWYG features in WordPress. By the way, I’ll be doing the first public demo of WP 1.6 and WordPress.com tomorrow morning at 8 AM at the Blog Business Summit.

11 thoughts on “WYSIWYG Screenshots

  1. Now that’s cool #3
    I think this kind of animated screenshots would make an interesting addition to the “Features” page of wordpress.org to really show how cool things are.

  2. Matt, as you already know, I think this is very cool. The WYSIWYG is even better than I would have expected. I’m very impressed.

  3. Now that’s cool. #4 This is something for the WP community to focus on instead of debating about wp-1.5.2. Can’t wait to test this, Matt.

  4. That is terrifically cool. However, though I realize WYSIWIG might be necessary, I’ve always wanted to enter text into wordpress as plain HTML as possible. The automatic insertion of <p> and </p> works fine, but sometimes wordpress endes other tags before I explicitly end them, for instance, <code>.