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WYSWIG Editor for Drupal 7 Content Development

Posted on 2012-03-28
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As part of revamping an existing site to Drupal 7, the core does note have an easy to use,  word processor-like interface for general end users to create content. (like when creating a Blog or Page)

Is there a module for that?
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There are issues with adding wysiwyg editors to web pages (not just in drupal) in terms of security and maintainability as well as the quality of the content that is created.  But, they are good for end-users to create formatted content.

If your users are a little more experienced and understand what a tag is, there is another choice that could meet your need - BUEditor.  http://drupal.org/project/bueditor

If allows you to type in text, highlight the appropriate section and then add the tags to that section.  It works very much like the text box I am typing in now...

Another option depending on the kind of users you have.
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