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    Dec 1969

    Default Content Creation

    [Appologize about the cross-post but no one answered this in the Site-Related Questions forum.]<BR><BR>I want to develop a site to host around 1,500 - 2,000 articles. Articles would be updated and new articles posted by non-HTML savvy users. It seems clear to me that SQL Server/ASP is the way to go. <BR><BR>My question is: what is the best way to allow some minimal HTML formatting for these non-HTML savvy users. Do we suggest some type of WYSIWYG HTML editor and train them to cut and paste HTML code into an input form (The input form would post these content changes to the database)? Any other suggestions? What are other sites doing?

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    Todd R Guest

    Default RE: Content Creation

    There are WYSIWYG tools out there that you can put on a &#060;FORM&#062; and allow non technical users to enter plain text into. This is then converted into HTML and you can save to DB. Most of these tools come with limited features like bold, underline, list, font, link. One that I have seen is here:<BR>

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