WYSIWYG editors to add to website?

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I am wanting to add a WYSIWYG editor to my website, so you can construct a web page and
then copy the code to paste or save as a HTML page.

Can someone recommend any freeware that does this?


Re: WYSIWYG editors to add to website?

W E B G U R L wrote:
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Hmm, take a look at NVU http://www.nvu.com
You could also install a CMS (content management system).
Alternitivly, you might want to create a form where people can imput
their data, but I think a CMS such as Mambo would be the way to go.

Re: WYSIWYG editors to add to website?

__/ [ Chaddy2222 ] on Thursday 18 May 2006 15:04 \__

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See: http://sourceforge.net/projects/itools-htmlarea /

Also see: http://tinymce.moxiecode.com /

WordPress < wordpress.org > comes with TinyMCE preloaded and all are free as
in free beer.

Hope it helps,


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Re: WYSIWYG editors to add to website?


I have a website that lists open source alternatives to commercial
products. In your case you are looking for an alternative to Macromedia
Dreamweaver - so simply follow this url:

Please note that Bluefish is not a WYSIWYG editor.

I hope this helps you.

best regards,
 Anders Rasmussen
 Open Source Alternative - www.osalt.com

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