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HTML Editor 2 - capabilites

Thread began 10/05/2009 8:44 pm by charlene284965 | Last modified 3/21/2013 5:01 pm by charlene284965 | 1407 views | 7 replies

anonymous

Charlene,

It is a a WYSIWYG editor, so yes you can use it to update static (or semi-dynamic) pages. But - you HAVE to use some sort of CMS/database system for this to work. In other words, you need a "back-end" where you would access the HTMLEditor to make the update. While you could get around not having a database by saving the content you create to a "flat file," that would be less desirable than simply saving the content in a database and having PHP pull the results.

Here's where you can see it in use on a new site I am developing - the first shot is from the CMS/DataAssaidt update page and the second is a live view of what the public sees (identical to what is in the editor window):

editor1.jpg

Now, the front end:

editor2.jpg

Hope that helps,

Brian

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