FCKEditor – The full feature Web based WYSIWYG HTML Editor


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WYSIWYG or WYSWYG stands for What you see (is) what you get (something like Microsoft word). Now, FCKEditor (a web base html editor) is trying to change the old style plain textarea box to something more interesting like Ms word.

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FCKEditor come with a bunch of awesome feature, below is just part of the feature:-
# Multi browser compatibility
# Outputs XHTML 1.0
# CSS support for better integration with your web site
# Multi-language support with automatic user language detection. Including Right to Left scripting.
# Lightweight and fast
# Automatic browser detection and customization
# Integration with ASP, ASP.NET, Java, ColdFusion, Perl, PHP, Javascript and more.
# Image and file links upload and server repository browser.
# Complete toolbar customization
# Skins support
# Plugins support

The best things is that, FCKeditor is compatible with most of the internet browsers which include: IE 5.5+ (Windows), Firefox 1.0+, Mozilla 1.3+ and Netscape 7+.

Click here to checkout the FCKEditor – Full feature WYSWYG HTML Editor

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7 Responses to “FCKEditor – The full feature Web based WYSIWYG HTML Editor”

  1. richard says:

    Hi Chua, thanks ..

  2. chua says:

    richard: u can host the fckeditor in your own server.
    For configuration, you can refer to:-
    http://wiki.fckeditor.net/

    btw, the config file is located at
    fckeditor\ editor\ filemanager\ browser\ default\ connectors\ {language}\ config.{language}

  3. Chua says:

    hi richard,

    ya you can use this FCKEditor on any hosting server.
    as long as u know how to configure, it will work accordingly.

  4. Richard Lacbay says:

    can i use this on other web hosting company, because like bluehost. i cant browse server folder images and upload image. please help, thank you

    where to host my site?
    what configuration

  5. […] using FCKEditor for one of my project and it works brilliant for IE6, Firefox 1.5x. When we did the testing on IE7, […]

  6. Rakesh Kumar says:

    I agree with you. I was using TinyMCE for my Drupal site – topaix.com. But now i am using FCKEditor and have started liking it. It is very light weight.

  7. Tien Soon says:

    It’s compatible with JSP/Servlet environment too. I’m using it

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