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WYSIWYG recommendations



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justicewhite
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Hi all,

I am looking to integrate a WYSIWYG to make a "textarea" of a form on my PHP site more user friendly.

Has anyone had any experiences of installing a freeware WYSIWYG editor at all?

I would appreciate any feedback/recommendation.

Thanks...


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greatlogix
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FCKeditor is best choice for free WYSIWYG editor. http://www.fckeditor.net/

If you want to pay for editor than "Innova studio" is the best.
http://www.innovastudio.com/


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Post Wed Jun 18, 2008 3:46 pm
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I am curious if there are any particularly good Internet Text Editors? Rather than wasting my time trying to integrate one than having to switch to another.

I'd like to find a good one to start with.

I primarily use, php, xhtml, css, and js.

I have briefly looked at:
FCKEDITOR
TINYMCE___________________________________________________________________________
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notepad++ works great for me and dreamweaver
Post Tue Oct 07, 2008 11:22 am
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justicewhite
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TinyMCE seems to be the way to go. It is very easy to install and use. I would recommend it to others based on my recent experience.


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I like to use HTML-Kit Razz


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I recommend WysiWyg editor is a very light weight and loads fast. Easily add folders and files to your server, reuse them, get info about them, use built in CSS to position them on your page without having to use tables.

This code will resize your images to your specifications during the upload to be web friendly. Very customizable and quickly replaces any textarea in seconds.


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Both Notepad and FCKeditor are good for your purpose
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