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There is actually a FireBug plugin called FireDiff that lets you export style and DOM changes. Alternatively, you could use the Web Developer add-on to save the CSS. Lastly, FireBug can be linked to Eclipse using Fireclipse, and from there save the CSS. See this StackOverflow question for more solutions.


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The one used to type this message is a custom version of WMD. I've used tinymce and although it does have a lot of features, you can specify which buttons to include in the configuration, so you can only have those few if you want. (As to why asking gives you better search results: ...


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The simple editor you see around is always TinyMCE in some dumbed down form. Alternatives are xinha and ckeditor They both usually sport more functionality, but maybe they suit your taste better. Wikipedia/Mediawiki should be using MeanEditor if that's what you're after. They also offer pointers to other similar editors in various stages of production.


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This is the standard line ending issue. On Unix, line endings end with LF ("\n"), while Dos and Windows machines used a CRLF combination ("\r\n"). If your editor is changing the line endings as it writes files, the other system won't automatically adjust that. On the opposite end, older versions of Windows Notepad doesn't recognize line endings from ...


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FTP-based content management systems such as the following offer hosted solutions to managing simple content via a WYSIWYG-style interface: Veolay CushyCMS SimpleCMS You provide them with the FTP details for your existing site, and they allow you to set editable regions by adding class names to your HTML, which lets clients edit sites directly via a ...


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I think the HTML generator idea is the best. That's what I thought of before I got to that paragraph when I read your question. How much work it is depends on your programming experience, and if you have access to a webserver inside your organisation. If it weren't for the images then it would be a few lines of script such as (this isn't a real script): ...


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If all the users will be editing is the content or fairly simple display options, I'd look at using a basic CMS for this. They're not necessarily just for building "sites." With some creative juggling of categories/tagging, you could just have them create a few entries with the same date, then have a "daily archive" that's based on the mailing template which ...


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I'm pretty sure Firebug doesn't log the changes so you'll have to get a little creative to do this. You can copy the HTML/CSS and paste it into a txt file. Then you can using comparison software to identify the changes you made. The text editor I use has this functionality built in but I'm sure the are plenty of options available.


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Use cssUpdater (first real hit when googling "how to save firebug changes"). With it, you can save your FireBug changes (even with FTP support) with just one click from FireBug. More info at http://cssUpdater.com


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You're looking for Backfire, a client/server script (currently javascript/C#). It doesn't require Firebug (it's not a Firebug addon), and it works in both Firefox and Webkit-based browsers. With Backfire you can change the page's state any way you want (Firebug is a great way) and then click the Save button to save the changes to the server. In terms of ...


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I searched for "LIVESPELL ENABLED" which led me to http://www.trichview.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=1270 which mentions Addict 3. Addict is a component suite providing end-to-end solutions for adding spelling check and thesaurus support to your Delphi and C++Builder applications. http://www.addictivesoftware.com/3rdparty.htm lists several HTML editors ...


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Jetbrains Webstorm should be up to the task with live edit / in browser HTML highlight. It will help with the javascript syntax, but will not think for you, but check it out for yourself, it has a 30 day fully function You can check it out here: http://www.jetbrains.com/webstorm/


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JavaScript and the DOM are very quick ways to update any items on a web page. If you understand scripting, it is pretty easy to pick up as it's loosely typed. If there is a unique identifier, or if you have a way of adding one, it's pretty useful. Or you can fetch the table, loop through rows or cells, whichever you prefer, checking each element for evidence ...


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Yes; you can set a default editor in Joomla general configuration settings, choosen among every editor you installed; and you can also override this setting on a "per-user" basis, in the profile of the user. When installed, your new editor (Textile or not) will be present in the editor select list, both in general configuration and in user profile ...


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I would present a strong business case to change email service Your client says that they can't move away from the current email provider. So give them a good reason to switch! My experience is that, when presented with clear benefits argued delicately, no company is wedded forever to a single service or piece of software. As such, I suggest that you build ...


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Aloha Editor … a semantic Rich Text Editor framework written in Javascript with best support of xHTML5. Features Subheadings from that page: Aloha Editor Links … Repositories - connect everything … No reload. No popup. No need to preview … Editing and formatting text without markup … The floating menu. A brand new lightweight context menu. … ...


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CKEditor Open Source (Free) Clean output Fast loading Great javascript API Lots of documentation Lots of great samples in various programming frameworks You can easily build plugins You can easily create custom toolbar functionality Supports custom file browsers in addition to the one they sell Very easy to install and configure Has a large user base It ...


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TinyMCE Easy to integrate - Only a few lines of code needed. Customizable - Themes and plugins, block invalid elements and force attributes. Browserfriendly - Mozilla, MSIE, FireFox, Opera, Safari and Chrome. Lightweight - PHP/.NET/JSP/Coldfusion GZip compressor, Makes TinyMCE 75% smaller and a lot faster to load. AJAX Compatible - You can easily use AJAX ...


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I am not allowed to post a link, but if you search for yoonique markdown extra editor joomla you should be able to find one. It is not exactly wysiwyg, but it has a preview pane, which updates have after every RETURN. You can also set an option to filter the markdown extra output with htmlawed. [edit] It looks like I am actually able to post a link ...


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This depends on your needs. Do you need to include media - if yes which ones, do you need additinal plugins… Here is a quick comparison of some JavaScript WYSIWYG-editors: http://blog.eike.se/2009/04/comparison-of-major-open-source.html


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It seems you can config ckeditor to preserves non-ascii characters as text: http://docs.cksource.com/ckeditor_api/symbols/CKEDITOR.config.html#.entities http://docs.cksource.com/ckeditor_api/symbols/src/core_config.js.html


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TinyMCE supports multiple languages with their language packs: http://tinymce.moxiecode.com/wiki.php/Language


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Are you using a custom built CMS or something such as wordpress? Wordpress allows users to login and create posts then submit them to be approved by an editor before they are posted, or you could give them access to post them without moderation by an editor if you want. If you're using your own CMS and it needs the txt files in a certain place on your ...


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Here are two completely opposite but not quite perfect answers: Google Apps for Business Ultimately this is hosted on Google's servers, but theoretically security issues are adequately handled. This is still a tough sell in some businesses. Etherpad This is an open source, web based, real-time, collaborative document editor. Apparently this was bought ...



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