Weekly Support Recap #2

One more week, one more support recap. This time we cover text wrap; core IP file extension. By the way, don't miss out on the latest releases with a number of bug fixes and improvements. A bit more about ImpressPages 4.0.15 and 4.0.16 here.

How to make text wrap the image?

It can't be done using default widgets. But it can be done by TinyMCE itself. You just need a tool to add images. And we have TinyMceFileBrowser plugin that does exactly that.

How to extend core IP file and use it instead of the default one?

Views can be overridden by placing modified file in "override" dir of the theme. But that doesn't count for PHP classes. In any way overriding default core class doesn't sound good. Basically, it means one of the following:

  1.  You have found a flexibility issue that we would like to fix and make ImpressPages more flexible.
  2.  You can achieve your goal in a completely different manner.

However, if you still want to do this, catch 'ipInitFinished' event and load your custom class using 

require_once('your modifiedfile') . This will preload your class and default one won't be touched.

ImpressPages 4.0.15 & 4.0.16 released

Our latest improvements and bug fixes are always listed at impresspages.org/releases. Latest releases came with improved blog style management, default menu layouts, form field fixes and much more. Click the link and always stay on top of news.

Something's not working?
You can create issues at our GitHub repository.
We'll be glad to solve them! 

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