They can cause instability, introduce issues and may conflict with future updates. Apply at your own risk!
Notify Updates for Favourited pages
This hack sends out page update notification emails to all users that have marked that page as a favourite.
- The sending of emails may slow down page update actions, and these could be noisy if a user edits a page many times quickly.
- You may run into email system rate-limits with the amount of emails being sent.
- You can customize the email message, if desired, by editing the lines of text within the toMail part at around lines 30-32 of the
WYSIWYG Docx Import
This hack adds the ability to import “.docx” files into the WYSIWYG editor, by dragging and dropping a “docx” file into the editor area. »
WYSIWYG Editor Autocomplete Suggestions
This hack adds custom autocomplete suggestions to the WYSIWYG page editor (TinyMCE). An autocomplete popup box will show after a “trigger character” (: as configured by default in this hack) is entered after a space, or at the start of a line. »
WYSIWYG Editor Footnotes
This hack adds some level of “footnote” support to the WYSIWYG editor. A new “Footnote” button is added to the toolbar, next to the “Italic” button, that allows you to insert a new footnote reference. »
Custom WYSIWYG Editor Buttons
This hack provides an example of adding custom actions to the WYSIWYG page editor (TinyMCE). By default, this adds an additional “…” overflow menu to the end of the WYSWIYG toolbar, which contains a single new “Insert Cat” button that has a custom icon. »