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    011110010110000101111001 jabird's Avatar
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    Web-Based WYSIWYG Editor?

    I am creating my own CMS, for a project for my job, I got to the poiint where I need to allow users to edit certain pages...

    I am all ready very near due-date, so I have no where near the time to code my own WYSIWYG editor, so are there any good ones, that are highly configurable?

    For instance,
    3 people are allowed to change the content on index.php
    and everyone else gets there own folder, where they can change all the files in that one inparticular folder, I got it to the point where if they log in, it takes them to an admin page of there own, now for the 3 people, it needs an edit.php page, that load the content of index.php... of the 3 people, 2 are superadmins, these can change ANYTHING.

    Everyone else gets there own edit.php, that lists all there files in there folder, and lists all there folders, when they click a file, it loads the file in say
    edit.php?id=authornamehere&page=pagenamehere

    Another very important feature is, the option to choose between WYSIWYG and HTML...

    Any good scripts that I could easily integrate into my current script that would do this?

    Thanks alot,
    ~Jabird
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    This site has a survey of them:

    http://www.htmlarea.com/

    I think FCKEditor is probably the best at this point.
    Christopher

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    I like TinyMCE, it is much simpler to integrate, plus there are plenty of documentation.

    http://tinymce.moxiecode.com/

    And, the back button works, in HtmlArea the back button of the browser seems to behave erratic

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    the above are good, there is also spaw editor and an old htmlArea if you can find a download, or the not html area (because that project was ditched and new projects spun of the old one, even a couple people from sitepoint got on that band wagon)

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    I'll put in 1 more vote for TinyMCE....once you get a handle on how to set it up quickly, it's very handy

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    I find that Xinha has quite a bit of extra functionality. Furthermore, it provides flex points for extension writers.

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    I use wysiwygpro and have found it to be excellent, but it costs $47 for a single domain and $197 for unlimited domains.

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    Well, TinyMCE looked like the most popular choice... but I'm having some problems... I made a "editindex.php" with the TinyMCE box and all, but I need "editindex.php" to load the contents of "index.php" so I can edit them... everything that needs to be editable will be in the <textarea> things... is this possible? or am I SOL?

    Thanks,
    ~Jabird
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