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    SitePoint Zealot detzX's Avatar
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    Best WYSIWYG JS editor?

    I've been using TinyMCE and it works ok but I was wondering if there are any better free ones?
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    TinyMCE is the best one I've seen so far. What additional features are you looking for?
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    FCKEdit does a good job too, although the file upload feature is a tad bit laggy.

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    Question is best for what?


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    Cool

    Surely fckeditor is the best all rounder?

    it takes a bit for the config, I'm still trying to get to use to the config and setting the respective directories.

    TinyMce looks good, but there are additional bits, were as fck (not sure were te initials come from) editor comes with with a file uploader and stuff included...

    Though, I must admit I've not see/heard of the others, but they (on first appearance) look more suitable for some things than others.

    widgEditor looks good for a simple interface, whereas fckeditor looks more sophisticated for cut and past from Word for eg...

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    I am involved in the development of two rich text editors, one commercial, one free, below is the link to the free one:

    http://www.freerichtexteditor.com
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    Steve
    http://www.rtepad.com


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