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    CMS editor that meets XHTML 1.0 standards?

    I am currently working on a site that meets XHTML 1.0 Transitional standards. I would like to use a Content Management System that produces code which maintains the XHTML code.


    Does anyone know if such a system exists and if the source coce is available for free?

    If not, where it is available to be purchased and how much?

    Much appreciated

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    Personally, I've never heard of one. I don't use pre-made CMS's though. It should be a hard find, although such things are becoming more common.
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    Xstandard, and Tiny MCE produce valid xhtml
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    thanks for your responses. Unfortunately, I am using ASP, so I cant use 'Tiny MCE'.

    I understand XStandard, charges a license for everytime i use it. I was hoping to find a cheaper alternative.

    thanks again for your help. Any more suggestions would be very welcome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grantspad69
    I understand XStandard, charges a license for everytime i use it. I was hoping to find a cheaper alternative.
    There are two versions of XStandard, one of which is free.

    Here's a few gleaned from an email list I'm on - some are free, some are not, and I haven't used most of them so you'll need to try them:

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    You could try this project at Mozdev.org - it's cross browser/platform
    (Mac, Linux, Win32 - anything that runs Mozilla).

    http://mozile.mozdev.org/

    MY NOTE: I really liked mozile!

    Mozdev also provides a list in the Editing Tools category:
    http://www.mozdev.org/categories/editing.html

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    XHTML WYSIWYG Editors:

    (1) Xstandard
    http://xstandard.com/

    (2) r.a.d. Editor - The granddaddy of them all. Here's
    a list of only a few of the features:
    * Cross-browser support - IE, Netscape, Mozilla.
    * XHTML compliant.
    * Find and Replace in Design- and HTML-mode.
    * Spell checking with the MS Word dictionaries plus
    Multilingual spell checker(19 languages).
    * Easy localization through XML.
    * Full table editing, Word�-like table builder.
    * Document uploader (PDF, DOC, CHM, etc.)
    * Enhanced image dialog, thumbnail generator
    ....etc.
    The list never ends.
    http://www.telerik.com/Default.aspx?PageId=1586

    Other WYSIWYG editors:

    (1) ActiveEdit
    * Compatible with IE4+, Netscape 6.2+, and Mozilla
    1.0+ and works with Mac OS X Safari Browser.
    * Comes with built-in spell checker.
    http://www.cfdev.com/activedit/

    (2) Cross-browser Rich Text Editor
    * Compatible with IE5+/Mozilla 1.3+/Mozilla
    Firebird/Firefox 0.6.1.
    * Comes with ASP/PHP/HTML demos.
    * Supports multiple WYSIWYG editor instances on one
    page
    http://www.kevinroth.com/rte/demo.htm

    (3) FCK Editor
    * Compatible with IE 5+, Mozilla and Netscape
    http://www.fckeditor.net/

    (4) Mishoo HTMLArea
    * Compatible with IE 5.5+ and Mozilla 1.3
    http://dynarch.com/mishoo/htmlarea.epl

    (5) InteractiveTools HTMLArea
    * Compatible with IE 5.5+ (Windows)/Mozilla 1.3 (all
    OS)
    http://www.interactivetools.com/products/htmlarea/

    (6) KUPU
    * Compatible with Netscape, Mozilla and IE
    http://kupu.oscom.org/

    WYSIWYG editors listing:

    (1) http://www.bris.ac.uk/is/projects/cms/ttw/ttw.html
    (2)
    http://dmoz.org/Computers/Software/I...SIWYG_Editors/

    WYSIWYG editors research notes:

    (1) http://www.darrelaustin.com/stuff/htmleditors.html

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    HTH.

    mate. :-)

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