I come to Kirby from Textpattern and that had a plugin which was able to turn an Excel spread sheet into an html table. It was mearly a simple wrapper around a freely avaiable PHP spreadsheet library and it could only handle XLS files but it worked well enough. Shouldnt be too hard to build a similar plugin for Kirby. This simply let a user upload a spreadsheet file through the CMS and a special tag on the page determined where the table got generated given a source file ID.
Having the excel spreadsheet working as well would make my day. I work a lot with clients that have tarrifs (as in hotels and holiday parks) or things like product specifications. The table builder you made is great if don’t already have to content but would mean a lot of manual entry in my use case. The excel to html table plugin would make my day.
I’ve not tried this plugin yet but it looks really interesting. I think that the PHP part can be improved. Maybe I can help you with that sometime after my vacation is over? It’s not possible to add issues to this repo?
Maybe you don’t agree but I would use the register set feature for the field etc. Then all needed stuff would be in the plugin. I also would add a package.json which makes it possible to install it as plugin with Kirby CLI.
I want to stay 100% close to the original ( Simple MDE ) and wrap that editor into Kirby, without changing one line of code…
That’s the “idea” of this field; it’s the Simple MDE editor, suited for Kirby.
I like your approach, really!, but it’s different than mine; if you want multiple-H-tags, you can consider using one of these awesome fields (which do not follow an existing editor, but are both based on the same core as mine editor (CodeMirror));
Hello! Nice field!
Just a question… how to style the output text with the same font, sizes etc… like the frontend? is there any way to add the frontend css to the backend preview? That could help a lot!