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October 8, 2007, 4:12 pm
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able to update the content themselves. The last time I did that,
to allow the site's owner to make changes in a WYSISWG fashion, but on
looking at the site afterwards, the original semantic HTML I put in the
db had been replaced by non-valid font tag soup with <br><br> instead of
paragraphs (this was the output of the editor -- I forget which one I used).
Is there a way to allow the client to manipulate the content without it
ruining the site's markup?
GMT ljf scribed:
Yes. Server-side scripting with _very careful_ checks. I've been doing a
bit of that myself lately. You'll have to look around, but if you have the
Namely the blog at the bottom and the "Ind. Page Editors and Links" link.
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