• $47

Version: 3.0

Released: Jul 26, 2003

PHP 4.0.5

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A web-based HTML editor that is ideal for use as the editing interface for web content management systems, web e-mail systems or discussion forums. Generates your choice of either HTML 4.01 or well-formed XHTML 1.0. Now available as a plugin for Joomla, Mambo, WordPress, CMSimple and more.

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This is a very good editing tool and is working well with the sites we administer. Both the table editing functions and the image handling is great. If there is room for improvement it is in the end user documentation (for the person who will actually be using the application to edit pages). Setup documentation is, however, good. Over all a great application!

Posted by jk on Jan 10, 2005 Reply

Did not work. Poor Instructions and no installer. I am new to mambo, but I have been programming since DOS. This one I could not understand. Online help was vague and so was the email response.

Posted by Mike_ssd on Dec 28, 2004 Reply

Excellent solution for adding WYSIWYG text editing for a content manager. The paste from Word function is especially helpful. Very easy to customize and very easy to get up and running. Adequate documentation and support forums. Better price to functionality ratio than similar products. Only downside is that it's somewhat limited on browser support. Most notably, it does not support Safari for MacOS X. Solid support for IE on Windows and Mozilla/Firefox on both Windows and OS X.

Posted by gennaria on Oct 05, 2004 Reply

This is a great tool to let your users take control of their sites. Great product, great support.

Posted by ursodum on Aug 31, 2003 Reply

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