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Can anyone recommend a windows based WYSIWYG html editor which handles

    css floats
    css overflow
    standards compliant html



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Re: Editor recommendation

__/ [Davémon] on Wednesday 07 December 2005 10:15 \__

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I am not too sure about handling of css floats and overflow, but have a look
at Nvu:

http://www.nvu.com /

As I once noticed that you had a blog-like site, how about a CMS? WordPress
(to be released as 2.0 next year) has a WYSIWYG interface, which is of
course Web-based.

TinyMCE is finally integrated with WordPress:

http://tinymce.moxiecode.com /

You will need to get the latest nightly build though. Join in and help
debugging... *smile*

http://wordpress.org/download/nightly /

I can assure you that it's stable, but I found a collision with AdBlock a
couple of days ago. Apart from that, it's excellent!

Hope it helps,


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Re: Editor recommendation

Roy Schestowitz arranged shapes to form:

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Will do, looks interesting...

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It's not for me, but a small client who's running out of budget (couldn't
even afford the MySQL from their host, let alone me to implement it).

<snip Wordpress 2.0>

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Thanks for the update! I'm running WP and I'll look at upgrading when I get
a moment, it would need some serious hacking to get it to do what the
client needs.


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