On Mon, 2009-09-28 at 22:30 +0200, Angelo Zanetti wrote:
> Hi all, 
> I have been looking to implement a WYSIWYG editor that will automatically
> transform a <textarea> into a Rich text area / WYSIWYG. We have lots of
> dynamic content that is pulled from a database and files. Therefore we cant
> really change the <textarea> field.
> I have tried the tinyMCE but its causing conflicts with some existing JS
> code that cant really be rewritten.
> A lot of other editors actually generate the rich text area in a strange way
> and don't use the <textarea> field at all.
> Are there any editors that you people will know of that operate in a similar
> way to tinyMCE, IE you include the JS in your head and it will change all
> the textarea fields to rich text areas?
> Thanks in advance.
> http://www.elemental.co.za 
> http://www.wapit.co.za
The one that I tend to use these days is FCKEditor. Poorly named I know,
but apparently those were the guys initials (he had mean parents who
weren't aware of the connotations in the English language)

I heard today as well that there is a new version of this out called
CKEditor (apparently he spoke to someone who knows about the English
connotations) although I've not yet looked into this myself.


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