__/ [Steve Sobol] on Wednesday 26 October 2005 15:42 \__
> Richard Grove wrote:
>> You opinions please.
>> I am considering implementing a WYSIWYG editor into our system so
>> complete no knowledge users can create HTML files in a WYSIWYG enviroment.
>> It needs to be able to open, edit and save html files to a specific
>> directory and must be usable in all browsers and OS's.
>> Which would be better in your opinion, Java or Flash?
> For widest compatibility, neither. I'd suggest
> http://tinymce.moxiecode.com/ as it seems to be the fastest, and is full of
> that's it.
I heard good things about tinymce, which was said to produce top-notch HTML
code (let us pretend at least). In fact, WordPress 1.6 will include it at
I personally installed HTMLArea on my domain for a friend to use (long before
I heard about tinymce), but it is no longer needed.
It is nonetheless a good start, I must point out. It requires just a little