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How to add TinyMCE into web form.

Recently I needed a WYSIWYG editor in my web form.  I looked at various ones including WMD Editor (which I know is not exactly a WYSIWYG editor, there site states 'It just wasn't built for WYSIWYG. So WMD is something new: a Wysiwym Markdown editor').  The support is lacking and from the looks of it the API is too.  Lastly, I've seen a lot of sites using WMD Editor but the visitors on that site certainly don't care about a 'Markdown editor'.  End users try to manipulate the formatting down to WYSIWYG so why bother?  Look at the comments in this post from...

posted @ Tuesday, November 17, 2009 1:01 PM | Feedback (7) | Filed Under [ .NET TinyMCE ]

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