Building a WYSIWYG HTML Editor Part 1/2 (Page 1 of 7 )
If you're designing a web site that will constantly have new products or company news added to it, then you can be pretty sure that the person from the company who will be adding that content will have at best beginners knowledge of HTML.
So how do we overcome this problem? Well, we could offer to do the updates ourself, but that's pointless really: we're web developers, not content updaters for company web sites. We could offer some form of offline template that the company can edit and upload, but this is neither time effective nor streamlined. One last thing we could do is provide the company with a browser based WYSIWYG HTML editor similar to FrontPage or Dreamweaver.