Screenwriter removes the default WordPress text editor and replaces it with its own extended solution. It allows you to manually create different text sections for each post, with each section comprising of an individual title input and WYSIWG editor.
It’s the perfect solution to split, structure, organise post content. For complex theme layouts this is a great alternative to putting HTML directly into WYSIWYG editors. Key layout markup can be handled in the template files, while different sections are created to handle the content for these sections and context of how it’s to be displayed.
Screenwriter is developer friendly and can be integrated into a theme in a variety of ways. It’s more powerful features are flexible enough to allow for a range of possibilities and customisation to fit a project’s needs.
Features include the ability too:
- Specify the number of sections to be created.
- Label inputs.
- Automatically display Screenwriter data on each posts.
A documented API is also provided for further theme integration, development and configuration, including the ability too:
- Get the Screenwriter data object for the current post, page or custom post type.
- Output the Screenwriter data as HTML.
- Specify the outputted HTML with a custom style array.
- Create multiple Screenwriter instances with individual admin configurations.
- Specify what post types to be displayed on.
Like the default WordPress WYSIWYG editor, Screenwriter uses the TinyMCE WYSIWYG editor, so offers similar functionality and look to the standard editor it replaces.