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I have grid layout and I would like to use another document types in that I've created instead of the default rich text editor. Is this possible?
HI, I haven't done this myself, but there appears to be a good solution on this question:
this is not what I've been looking for. I want to avoid using plugins
You will need to create a custom grid editor:
Again plugins. I don't like to create plugins. I meant something like: I have a document type having header and content and then I have grid layout having 3 columns and there is the first document type used in all 3 layouts. Nothing with Angular.
I'm not quite sure I understand. But if I do, then you may be able to achieve this with Nested Content:
I've used this in similar situations.
That way your editors have to add 3 columns.
If you need it completely vanilla, you can use a macro. It's not a doctype, and you can't use the richtext editor inside (out of the box - there a plugins for this :)), but it lets you define the content model for your elements.
If I was you, I would do this with Doc Type Grid Editor https://our.umbraco.com/packages/backoffice-extensions/doc-type-grid-editor.
It's a widely used plugin for exactly your usecase. It is built to feel as native as possible, and you will get IPublishedContent representations of all your grid elements, allowing you to use ModelsBuilder and all.
Besides that, I think the concept used in Doc Type Grid Editor is going to be used for Umbraco 8's grid editor.
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