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    Php Wysiwyg editor

    I am thinking about adding a Wysiwyg to my own cms written in php, is this easy enough to do? Which one is best to use?

    Any help would be grateful.

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    I have used TinyMCE in my CMS and it was easy to setup. All you have to do is initialize the editor and tell it which textarea to add the editing features to.

    fck or w/e it is called is meant to be fairly descent to.

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    TinyMCE is a good one.
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    Wysiwym is good as well. It uses jQuery and its fast. So if you are using jQuery allready, it will speed up things.

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    I have used EmEditor. It is a lightweight editor.
    NotePad++ is a good one too.


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