wysiwyg?

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  1. phreeway

    phreeway New Member

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    Any one no of a free wysiwyg editor i just want something to edit my website with out using code. i have already made the code and stuff for the website but for the future i dont want to have to keep on editing the code for every time i want to update it.so thats why i want a easy to use wysiwyg editor.
    :confused::)
     
  2. rahmanpaidar

    rahmanpaidar New Member

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    Dreamweaver, Frontpage, and Visual Studio.
    I admit they are professional tools but they also provide you
    with visual editor in addition to HTML editor.
     
  3. phreeway

    phreeway New Member

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    i have Dreamweaver but i don't always want to be ftping files back and forth and i also have a client who wants a website(i can do that) but he wants it to be editable without him having to use code and ftp?
     
  4. Tim

    Tim New Member

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    You should try iWeb than if your using a mac, it is very limited but super easy to use.
     
  5. Pheno

    Pheno New Member

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    In that case you'll need to look at installing a content management system (Joomla, Wordpress, Drupal etc)
     
  6. phreeway

    phreeway New Member

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    I have windows but thank you for the idea anyway, and i find the content management systems really annoying to make a whole website on so is there any way i can just make a site on Dreamweaver (i have Dreamweaver) then put it on drupal or another cms system so my client can edit words on the site without having to use code?

    :):)
     
  7. Phreaddee

    Phreaddee Super Moderator Staff Member

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    cushycms ....
     
  8. goldenwaters

    goldenwaters Member

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    yes bro, you can make use of Dreamweaver, FrontPage. But to say you dont want to re-edit, then you make use of Content Management System (CMS). One of such is Joomla and this is open source.

    Thanks,
    Golden Waters.
     
  9. phreeway

    phreeway New Member

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    thank you but is there any way i can make the site in dreamweaver whitch is easy for me and then use a cms system for my clients when im done on dreamweaver?
     
  10. Phreaddee

    Phreaddee Super Moderator Staff Member

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    cushycms...

    simple and easy to implement
     
  11. ronaldroe

    ronaldroe Super Moderator Staff Member

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    A third vote for Cushy.
     
  12. phreeway

    phreeway New Member

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    thank you any other ideas?
     
    Last edited: Jun 10, 2011
  13. phreeway

    phreeway New Member

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    I like Surreal CMS way better than cushy CMS!
     
  14. johnloyl

    johnloyl New Member

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    I am using also a WYSIWYG editor because it is very common and easy way.
     
  15. kayla

    kayla New Member

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    I use Cushy CMS. It's incredibly easy to set up and every client I've had absolutely loves how easy it is for them to use.
     
  16. Big Secz

    Big Secz New Member

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    Depending on who is providing the website hosting, if they use CPanel than they would have a simple built in editor that would allow for editing pages while still on the server. CPanel offers both "code view" and "HTML view" which is the WYSIWYG editor.
     
  17. shovenose

    shovenose Banned

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    Not really. You either start or end with a CMS if you know what I mean.

    But if you use WordPress, try out the Suffusion theme. It is super flexible and you can make the client an easy to use yet unique site!
     
  18. che09

    che09 New Member

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    Exactly! cushycms is simple and easy!
     

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