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WYMeditor Web-Based WYSIWYM XHTML editor

Posted · Category: Forms, GPL License, MIT License

WYMeditor is a web-based WYSIWYM XHTML editor. WYMeditor has been created to generate perfectly structured XHTML strict code, to conform to the W3C XHTML specifications and to facilitate further processing by modern applications.

With WYMeditor, the code can’t be contaminated by visual informations like font styles and weights, borders, colors, …The end-user defines content meaning, which will determine its aspect by the use of style sheets. The result is easy and quick maintenance of information.

WYMeditor Web-based WYSIWYM XHTML editor

WYMeditor has been integrated in many open or proprietary applications, such as: Drupal, Symphony, Radiant, TYPO3, WordPress, Rails, CakePHP and etc…

Requirements: -
Demo: http://files.wymeditor.org/wymeditor/trunk/src/examples/
License: MIT, GPL License

5 Comments
  • fan

    wow, wishes really do come true!

    thanks!

  • mike

    works great if you don’t care about doing any html that the editor doesn’t already support. Even with patches and plugins the editor does not support flash object tags, it always strips off the end, quite frustrating.

  • Jedi Bratzilla

    Thank God someone understands the concepts of standards and semantics! No, you do NOT want your average user to just start copying and pasting all kinds of crud into the editor. Wait until you start processing pages and pages of content from people who blindly copy and paste from Word and everywhere else – THEN you will appreciate the controls this editor provides you.

    BTW for videos, I do not allow my members to embed ANYTHING directly! Instead, they can copy and paste the direct play link (YouTube, Vimeo, etc., all have a direct link) and I use a jQuery plugin to do the embedding. The result – users have their videos embedded (which is really all they want) and I am saved several gray hairs. Win-win.

  • Jedi Bratzilla

    Thank God someone understands the concepts of standards and semantics! No, you do NOT want your average user to just start copying and pasting all kinds of crud into the editor. Wait until you start processing pages and pages of content from people who blindly copy and paste from Word and everywhere else – THEN you will appreciate the controls this editor provides you.

    BTW for videos, I do not allow my members to embed ANYTHING directly! Instead, they can copy and paste the direct play link (YouTube, Vimeo, etc., all have a direct link) and I use a jQuery plugin to do the embedding. The result – users have their videos embedded (which is really all they want) and I am saved several gray hairs. Win-win.

  • Jedi Bratzilla

    Thank God someone understands the concepts of standards and semantics! No, you do NOT want your average user to just start copying and pasting all kinds of crud into the editor. Wait until you start processing pages and pages of content from people who blindly copy and paste from Word and everywhere else – THEN you will appreciate the controls this editor provides you.

    BTW for videos, I do not allow my members to embed ANYTHING directly! Instead, they can copy and paste the direct play link (YouTube, Vimeo, etc., all have a direct link) and I use a jQuery plugin to do the embedding. The result – users have their videos embedded (which is really all they want) and I am saved several gray hairs. Win-win.

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