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Building a WYSIWYG HTML Editor Part 2/2

In part one of this two part article we took a look at a simple way to create a fully functional browser-based HTML editor. In this article Mitchell shows us how to put it to good use, creating a database driven news system using the WYSIWYG editor, ASP and SQL Server 2000.

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By: Mitchell Harper
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April 12, 2002
  1. · Building a WYSIWYG HTML Editor Part 2/2
  2. · Creating the database
  3. · Implementing the WYSIWYG HTML editor
  4. · Implementing the WYSIWYG HTML editor (contd.)
  5. · Displaying the news posts
  6. · Conclusion

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Building a WYSIWYG HTML Editor Part 2/2 - Conclusion
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In this article we've seen how easy it is to use the WYSIWYG HTML editor that we created in part one for a real life example. Although there are a lot of places where the sample in this article could be greatly improved, the code is simple and does show a quick way to implement the HTML editor to produce dynamic, HTML capable content.

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