HTML5 has simplified the content development process for users of “what-you-see-is-what-you-get” (WYSIWYG) HTML editors.
Whatever content brings a person to the Web is content that should be made accessible to anyone on the Web, including persons with a disability.
Creating accessible content for persons with disabilities has become a major focus for advocacy groups, governments and forward-thinking businesses.
Anyone on the Ephox sales and marketing teams know that I love to quote a book by Peter Cohan called, Great Demo!: How To Create And Execute Stunning Software Demonstrations.
For business social software users, a key to increasing user adoption is providing practical and helpful tools for easily creating great content – and an advanced HTML editor does just that.
A text editor is a software application that helps edit text. Text editors can provide basic functionality or offer advanced capabilities. HTML text editors slash the amount of time and effort it takes a user to create a web page. An HTML text editor can also be referred to as an advanced rich text editor. …
Before deciding what you need in an HTML WYSIWYG Editor, we should first define it. The term “WYSIWYG” — “What You See Is What You Get,” has been around for awhile now. When used together with an HTML editor, it means the HTML page can be seen as if it were being viewed through a…