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Is there a WYSIWYg editor for asp.net mvc where I can save the content in a database

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Is there a WYSIWYg editor for asp.net mvc where I can save the content generated from the editor in a database and than spit it back out formatted the same way in a view?
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You have several options:

http://www.tinymce.com/
http://ckeditor.com/
http://www.alohaeditor.org/Content.Node/index.html
https://www.nuget.org/packages/RichTextEditor/
http://www.telerik.com/aspnet-mvc/editor

Saving the content should be--I imagine--as simple as taking the text of the editor and saving it to the database. I'm sure each of those utilities expose some property that gives you access to the marked-up text. You'll want to be careful regarding XSS, though, so make sure to sanitize what you receive from the client.
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