Customizing the Theme Customizer. Why mess with the UI? The purpose of the Front to Back plugin is to allow a live, in-browser, page editing user experience. Beside what’s in it for me as a developer part of the second iteration covers some UI changes to the Theme Customizer to make the editing experience come […]
Kinda there with live editing of pages.
Trying to make it pleasant.
Closing the first iteration.
Close to finishing the first iteration.
The first working prototype. Following up I’ve explored the new flow and purposes of the “Front to Back” plugin and have moved on since the first time I’ve thought about it again with the Theme Customizer at its core. I’ve moved on with the development completing a first complete circle that I’ve pushed to GitHub. […]
Putting the ducks in a row. What do we want? Now! When do we want it? Asynchronicity! Beside the developer pun the next iteration of the Front to Back plugin will concentrate on decoupling the template generation from the Theme Customizer components initialization. That coupling did come into play during the exploration phase but it’s […]
First full circle code.
Editing a post meta in the Theme Customizer.
Editing a page title and content in the Theme Customizer.