Redactor. Wow, two new WYSIWYG editors in a single month, this must be some sort of 2012 record. Redactor is a new (to me) WYSIWYG editor that piggybacks jQuery to give youyour clients a really nice way of editing content. I really like the drag and drop upload integration for media, and especially the nice […]
Posted: May 29, 2012
wysihtml5 – A better approach to rich text editing
wysihtml5 – A better approach to rich text editing. WYSIWYG is still a topic of conversation, and it’s because of innovation like this. I’m really liking this project at first glance. It’s not so different from your average WYSIWYG editor aside from the fact that it’s likely a fraction of the payload. What I like […]
Posted: May 22, 2012
Custom ‘Content Widgets’ in WordPress
Content management doesn’t have to be restrictive to your clients, but it shouldn’t be an open door either. Shortcode-based content widgets in WordPress are a great way to provide your client some additional creative freedom without compromising your design.
Posted: September 13, 2010
I Have a Huge Problem with WYSIWYG Editors
I’ve got a strong distaste for using WYSIWYG editors in content management systems, but it has become the accepted norm.
Posted: November 10, 2008
How to Retain Site Quality After Delivery
There are a number of ways for clients to make updates in various CMSs, but which is best?
Posted: August 13, 2007