At work, we’re looking at buying a new Content Management System to run our web site. Right now we’re using what I built by hand, but we could really use a system built by more than one or two people.
But one of the scariest issues for me is ensuring that only pure, spotless, valid, accessible XHTML 1.0 Strict content goes into my database. And generally speaking, web-based WYSIWYG HTML editors are… less than exemplary.
I’ve used TinyMCE, FCKEditor, and XStandard. Currently XStandard is by far the most successful at stripping inappropriate code. It is well worth the modest license fee — and the free version is very nearly as good as the paid version.
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