Re: Vanilla HTML editors (commercial), WYSIWYG and non?
I need to identify some choices for (Windows 98/NT/2000) HTML editing
...uses only HTML 3.2 vanilla tags (Not anything from Microsoft!)
...is easy for all those Word-dependent office folks to use or learn
...is business-affordable and has quality documentation and support
I need to propose one or more HTML-editing tools for the dozens or
hundreds of content contributors in our company who aren't developers
(most of them), but are writing most of the web content for a new
industry-specific portal. The tools need to stay out of the way of the
content, while providing basic HTML tags for headings, bold and italic,
bulleted and numbered lists and simple tables.
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