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 browser-independent online wysiwyg editors, Scott Blanchard, October 22, 2003
     Re:browser-independent online wysiwyg editors , Jeffrey Jangli, October 22, 2003
     Re:browser-independent online wysiwyg editors, mikael, October 22, 2003
         Re:browser-independent online wysiwyg editors, Scott Blanchard, October 23, 2003
             Re:browser-independent online wysiwyg editors, mikael, October 23, 2003
                 Re:browser-independent online wysiwyg editors, Erik Arvidsson, October 23, 2003
                     Re:browser-independent online wysiwyg editors, mikael, October 23, 2003

Subject: Re:browser-independent online wysiwyg editors From: Scott Blanchard Date: October 23, 2003

Mikael, I have not heard of mio before. Could you give me some idea of what you are proposing?

This solution needs to be as browser/platform independent as possible.

Jeffrey, I have been demoing the htmlarea editor for awhile now and while it is close to what I need, it is still in Beta and there are some not so minor issues that have yet to be addressed.

That said, I think I have stumbled upon the ideal solution perhaps (if I can port it from php to .net). Its at wysiwygpro.com and is looking pretty sweet so far in testing. In IE you even get right click context-sensitive menus. Just need to add some additional functionality on the Midas side as well as spell check.

I welcome any suggestion you all might have. I would highly recommend anyone looking for a Midas/IE wysiwyg editor to take a look at wysiwygpro

 


 

From: mikael
Sent: October 22, 2003
Subject: Re:browser-independent online wysiwyg editors

Hi, I know Erik does'nt agree, but a miofile opens whatever dhtml-applications as rendered by IE5x, regardless what browser actually opens the file, even if it's Lynx.
Maybe it's not for you, but I thought I should mention it.
http://www.mioplanet.com

The demo is for free, and this means that you can use whatever application that works on a webpage and distribute them as miofiles.

From: Scott Blanchard
Sent: October 22, 2003
Subject: Re:browser-independent online wysiwyg editors

I asked this question awhile back and someone told me to take a look at WysiwygPro, since it can generate XHTML

XHTML Demo: http://www.wysiwygpro.com/demos/demo2.php

Only problem is that it uses PHP and I need .NET. This is a great editor though and exactly what I am looking for otherwise. Does anyone know of a viable wysiwyg xhtml editor that works with both Mozilla 1.3+ and IE 5.5+ ???






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