- FCKEditor. Looked like the editor that had the most features. This site provides a demo and a very good documentation as well.
- TinyMCE. Wherever people talk about WYSIWYG editor, they invariably mention both FCKEditor and TinyMCE. Provides a demo and by looking at the source of demo you can find how easy it is to integrate this editor.
- Xinha.They have an excellent demo page that allows you to customize the editor on the fly and see.
- Kupu. Kupu is from Open Source Content Management team. I could not see a demo anywhere (the site provides two links to Plone and Silva, unfortunately both are broken). I could only see a few screenshots.
Saturday, May 09, 2009
A list of WYSIWYG editors for content mangement
There are times when you would like to have a text area in your web site that resembles like a word processor's page, with a lot of controls to format your text. If you have worked with any content management system (CMS) or a wiki, you have most likely come across one. I was looking for a WYSIWYG editor and came across a few of them. Thought I sould share the list with everyone so that you don't have to waste your precious time. The list below is not in any particular order.