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WYSIWYG

What you see is what you get. pronounced, wissy-wig Computers A 'hard' or paper copy that corresponds exactly to what is viewed on a computer monitor or display
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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If you're going to have users providing data for the website who are most familiar and comfortable with Microsoft Word, for example, it's completely worth the effort to tweak your WYSIWYG editor to provide the experience they're seeking.
Alternatively, content can be created using an integrated WYSIWYG editor similar to well known office applications.
The ideal wiki would just use XHTML and a WYSIWYG editor interface for unsophisticated content contributors.
A WYSIWYG editor for unstructured pages is available.
Comdev's Facebook Apps allow users to create customized welcome tabs using a WYSIWYG editor, even if the user has no knowledge of HTML.
TypePad, a monthly subscription service, includes an easy-to-use WYSIWYG editor for novices, while the Moveable Type software gives professionals a more sophisticated platform for blog publishing.
TypePad has an easy-to-use WYSIWYG editor to make it easy to type up the thoughts you want to share with the world.
Users can edit the askSam database using askSam's WYSIWYG editor. The Web Publisher is currently available directly from askSam Systems and authorized resellers, and runs on all CGI-compliant Windows Web servers.
It gives business users the liberty to design by simple drag/drop and wysiwyg editor. The ability of O2MS 3.1 to provide a consolidated set of information at a glance, increases customer convenience and allows organizations to connect with their customers on a personal basis.
Ektron also offers the market-leading eWebEditPro WYSIWYG editors. Founded in 1998, Ektron partners with Web development firms, interactive agencies, and system integrators, and sells directly to end customers.
Macromedia's Dreamweaver was first introduced in 1997 and since that time has matured with each new version, making it one of the leading WYSIWYG editors on the market.
* Features such as WYSIWYG editors to create emails using templates