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WYMeditor is a Web-based WYSIWYM editor (What You See Is What You Mean) whose goal is to produce XHTML-CSS compliant code. It lets the writer concentrate on the structure and the content of the document, not on the visual layout.

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  •  03 Jun 2010 17:59

    Release Notes: This release fixes some bugs, most notably the FF3.6 caret/cursor bug, as well as issues with the fullscreen and Tidy plugins. The release is compatible with jQuery 1.4 and adds two new translations: Welsh and Galician.

    •  28 May 2009 20:21

      Release Notes: This release fixes bugs and brings new features: a minified version, jQuery 1.3 compatibility, new plugins, new translations, a new compact skin, and better Drupal integration.

      •  20 Nov 2008 21:42

        Release Notes: This release has new translations, and new API calls: wrap() and unwrap(). These new helpers bring support for more inline elements, such as acronym, abbreviation, cite, code, span, etc. Many bugs have been fixed since beta1. The documentation and the test suite have been improved. New example pages have been added. Last but not least, work is being done on a WYMeditor-based RDFa editor. A proof of concept is available in the package or the repository browser.

        •  17 Sep 2008 22:02

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


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