#63 WYSIWYG

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nabber00
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2010-11-05
2006-02-15
Anonymous
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WYSIWYG editor.

Discussion

  • Bill Bateman

    Bill Bateman - 2006-04-09
    • priority: 5 --> 9
     
  • Bill Bateman

    Bill Bateman - 2006-04-09
    • milestone: 391171 --> Feature Up For Consideration
     
  • nabber00

    nabber00 - 2010-08-17
    • priority: 9 --> 7
     
  • nabber00

    nabber00 - 2010-09-16
    • priority: 7 --> 5
    • assigned_to: nobody --> nabber00
     
  • nabber00

    nabber00 - 2010-09-16

    I added markitup to replace the default editor in svn r89. Technically its not WYSIWYG but its close. WYSIWYG is hard to do. It may make sense to move to fckeditor in the future, but technically it does a HTML to custom format conversion so it might not be able to completely convert everything correctly. The best solution is probably to migrate to an HTML based markup storage.

     
  • nabber00

    nabber00 - 2010-11-05
    • priority: 5 --> 3
     
  • nabber00

    nabber00 - 2011-01-19

    Probably use one of these (in order of recommendation):

    - TinyMCE
    - CKEditor
    - OpenWYSIWYG

    This is probably a good candidate for parsing user input HTML before storing/displaying:

    http://htmlpurifier.org/

     
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