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WordPress Plugin: Editor Search 1.2

Blogged in Wordpress by Andrew · Wednesday June 1, 2005

Introducing “official support” for IE6. Hopefully I didn’t break anything in the process! :)

After much frustration, I’m pleased to announce that Editor Search now works in Internet Explorer 6.0. IE appears to automatically scroll the textarea to the proper position when I move the cursor, so that should be perfectly accurate, however the slight deviation from the proper position still occurs in Firefox, hoping to minimize/eliminate that in 1.3 or 1.4. One minor difference in IE is that word searching doesn’t currently wrap when you reach the end, I should be fixing that in 1.3.

Download Editor Search 1.2 Plugin for WordPress 1.5

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2 Responses to “WordPress Plugin: Editor Search 1.2”

  1. Jalenack says:

    Brilliant! Such a great idea.

    But I’ve got a suggestion instead of printing the js to the head, have it print a <script type=”text/javascript” src=”thisplugin.php?js=yes”></script>

    Then in your plugin file, have a conditional that if the file is called with js=yes, then it should display the javascript (with correct headers), and not execute the rest of the other code.

    Why do all this? so you don’t have to download all the js everytime you use the plugin, while keeping this everything in one file.

    Besides that, this is everything I could have asked for. Great job. If you decide to go with my suggestions I can help you, I’ve done something similar for some of my own plugins. Thanks so much!

  2. Andrew says:

    That is a good point about the javascript, I’ll switch that around in the next release, thanks for the suggestion.

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