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I want to make a little WYSIWYG editor for a CMS I'm developing. This editor
must also be supported by the Safari (Mac) browser.
Does anybody have a little script to show how this is done?

Jan 3 '06 #1
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Look at http://freetextbox.com

Hope this helps

"Dennieku" wrote:

I want to make a little WYSIWYG editor for a CMS I'm developing. This editor
must also be supported by the Safari (Mac) browser.
Does anybody have a little script to show how this is done?


Jan 3 '06 #2
<< Does anybody have a little script to show how this is done? >>

There is no way any "little script" will do what you are apparently asking

Try this:

You'll have to pay for it. While there are others that are free, just
remember you generally get what you pay for.

Jan 4 '06 #3
Just a little curious what you actually need to do.

As far as I remember, Safari supports W3C standards quite well. As long as
you stick with HTML 4.01 and CSS 2, and not using any brower specific
"filter" or "-moz-opacity" things, you should be safe enough.

"Dennieku" <de******@hotma il.com> ¼¶¼g©ó¶l¥ó·s»D: 21************* **************@ news.chello.nl. ..

I want to make a little WYSIWYG editor for a CMS I'm developing. This
editor must also be supported by the Safari (Mac) browser.
Does anybody have a little script to show how this is done?


Jan 4 '06 #4

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