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Opened 4 years ago

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#33895 new enhancement

Editor: Reduce clutter between title and content by hiding permalink UI

Reported by: ryan Owned by:
Milestone: Awaiting Review Priority: normal
Severity: normal Version: 4.3
Component: Editor Keywords: make-flow
Focuses: ui Cc:
PR Number:

Description

The permalink UI located in between title and content creates significant visual clutter, especially on small screens.
Further, the view post and preview buttons create confusion on small screens.

https://make.wordpress.org/flow/2015/02/13/preview-and-view-post-confusion-iphone-6/

I rather like the approach of hiding the permalink ui beneath an icon near the title like wordpress.com is currently auditioning.

Related:

#18306 - Make sample permalink clickable
#29838 - Post editing area: keyboard accessibility, tab order and focus
#29989 - Hide Media Buttons on small screens
#18523 - Can't change page permalink if slug metabox is removed

Attachments (3)

permalink-ui-core-production-macnchrome.png (62.6 KB) - added by ryan 4 years ago.
Permalink UI, Production Core, Macnchrome
Permalink ui, production core, iphone6+.PNG (140.5 KB) - added by ryan 4 years ago.
Permalink UI, Production Core, iPhone 6+
permalink-ui-dotcom-macnchrome.png (115.5 KB) - added by ryan 4 years ago.
Permlink UI, wordpress.com, Macnchrome

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Change History (5)

@ryan
4 years ago

Permalink UI, Production Core, Macnchrome

@ryan
4 years ago

Permalink UI, Production Core, iPhone 6+

@ryan
4 years ago

Permlink UI, wordpress.com, Macnchrome

#1 follow-up: @ryan
4 years ago

We need to be aware of what plugins are doing. What are some plugins that hook into the permalink UI?

#2 in reply to: ↑ 1 @helen
4 years ago

Replying to ryan:

We need to be aware of what plugins are doing. What are some plugins that hook into the permalink UI?

I can run a more thorough search on a plugin slurp whenever it manages to finish updating, but even a quick GitHub search brings up a very large set of results for the get_sample_permalink_html hook. I imagine a number of these are taking advantage of the spot for things unrelated to the permalink.

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