If you've ever started a website, blog, or worked with a forum, you may have run across a WYSIWYG editor. These editors allow you to add the formatting to the text (sometimes called "rich text") and insert images without having to enter any code. The clever (but lengthy) acronym actually stands for "What You See Is What You Get." These editors are great for those who have a hard time envisioning what their designs will look like behind the code, as well as tend to be quite a bit faster to work with. Bright Hub has a collection of articles that help you understand different WYSIWYG editors as well as walk you through the process of using them.
|What is Xinha?
Xinha, pronounced Xena, like the Warrior Princess, is an open source in browser WYSIWYG editor. Read on to find out more about how you can use this program in place of or in conjunction...
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