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xhtml wysiwyg editor for use by cms

I found this today

http://xstandard.com/page.asp?p=7658F20E-2237-470E-A59A-F2917B36D680

I'm sure cost is a factor, but maybe this could be a solution to the various normal mode/html mode editing issues on CityDesk.

I found the reference on Craig Saila's site (http://www.saila.com/columns/lcky/).  I'm going to download the free version to check it out.

Thought this crowd might be interested

Joel Goldstick
Wednesday, October 08, 2003

Looks good, but from what I see they only support XML styling (i.e. <quote></quote> instead of <p class="quote"></p>).

That's good for XHTML 1.1, but I think they are slightly ahead of the curve.

geraldH
Thursday, October 09, 2003

It seems to support all of xhtml which is also default for cd doctype.

Joel Goldstick
Thursday, October 09, 2003

Looking at the XML for the styles drop-down, I think it can generate any element with any number of attributes.  You can also select Properties and add any attribute to any element that way too.  So I think you can do <p class="quote"></p>.

Sandy
Thursday, October 09, 2003

I stand corrected (sit, actually).

All power to xStandard, then. :-)

geraldH
Thursday, October 09, 2003

This looks great.  The light version is free.  There is support for tables and XSLT.

David Burch
Wednesday, November 26, 2003

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