I recently learned how it is possible to refer to a .css file uploaded in File Manager, inside a groups text box.
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="screen,projection" href="URL.css" />
I was wondering if it was possible to reference the main Ning .css file in my external html development app (Coda for Mac) so I would not have to constantly add my html code to a Ning text box to see how it behaves on Ning.
To put it another way. If I could refer to the main Ning .css file inside my external HTML development app then it should mimic my Ning network right there inside the app. Then I would not have to constantly add it to a Ning text box/ page/ group to see how it behaves on Ning.
You have a Pro account, no? Couldn't you use your test network to try out these things?
well the idea was to avoid having to constantly add something to a Ning text box. I would still have to do that on my test network (yes I'm on pro).
And both on my regular and test network saving CSS takes ....wait for it: 60 - 75 seconds. It's been like that for months now.
So I was hoping it was possible to reference the Ning CSS files right inside my development app instead. It would literallly save me hours of work every day.
You come up with some interesting ideas here, Brian. I'm confident if you had the proper financial backing, you could throw your hat into social media and be immensely successful. I've had the opportunity to speak with quite a few fellows who have similar ideas, and the technical know how. Of course, i would prefer Ning step up it up just a little. They're ahead of the game now, but that lead could close in short time if all of these people with magnificent ideas get the funding required for them to compete.
Anyway, i'm rambling. LOL
Thanks Thunder :)
I try to channel my ideas into my Ning network for starters lol
So that's the plan! You seditious son of a gun, you. LOL
you mean ...I've kept that particular piece of my personality hidden this long???? lol
Have you seen this Brian http://creators.ning.com/forum/topics/trick-host-your-external-css-...