Thanks to all the people who answered.
I couldn't wait to find the proper product so I went the shorter way.
Being not a developer, I just borrowed the code from this known site,
expecting that you real coders could write a finished Zope product.
My needs were simple: let authorized IE-PC users to paste html-formatted
text when needed and in WYSIWYG mode, while having the webmaster to
pay attention to design and layout using Dreamweaver and Zope.
Here you'll find the sample and the code:
There's a pending job (from the original code) and it is to enable
the insert images and tables feature.
David Spencer wrote:
> I would suggest going to the website for Lotus Quickplace
> (www.quickplace.com or www.lotus.com) and signing up for a demo account.
> They've got a very simple word processor (bold, italics, a couple of fonts,
> etc.) integrated into their project sites that, I think, does what you're
> If you could port something like this over to zope and release it as a
> product, so that WYSIWYG documents can be created through the web and still
> incorporate standard headers and footers, I would be a very happy man. I
> dread trying to explain zwiki and structured text to clients. You might
> also want to look at standardbrains.editthispage.com. He's got an
> it back to the site as far as I can tell.
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