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    Cpanel + WYSIWYG

    Anyone know of any WYSIWYG editors that i can integrate into Cpanel for my customers? I have searched google, but no luck with relavent results.

    Any help appreciated.

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    I don't know that there are many that integrate with cpanel, however there are quite a few stand alone programs. Are you looking for an actual wysiwyg editor or a site builder type of program?
    Greg Lubbelinkhof

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    either. WYSIWYG is what most new people to hosting want, is it not?

    The editor in dreamweaver is WYSIWYG i think, i want an editor like that.

    Is there anyway to put a link to it in Cpanel, and make sure that the client can only edit their own files?

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    Cpanel already comes with a WYSIWYG editor in its file manager. Click on any html file in file manager and use the HTML editor that is in the upper right hand corner.
    Midwest Dedicated
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    so there is.

    One question then... This only seems to work for .htm or .html files

    Is there anyway of including PHP, ASP etc. files?

    Thanks

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    I would recommend looking for a content management system for your clients.

    One of the problems I see with CPanel is that they are turing into jack of all trades and masters of none, I would rather see a more secure, reliable cpanel with slightly less features. (which is why we are now introducing direct admin servers)

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    I would recommend looking for a content management system for your clients
    I agree.

    While there is the WYSIWYG editor in Cpanel, It tends to cause more harm than good.

    I developed a home grown CMS over the last couple of years and now about 40% of my clients use it. I compiled a few Open source items including a WYSIWYG Editor and everyone loves it.

    You could also try to install Mambo, or one of the MANY other CMS systems that come as add-on scripts in Cpanel. The current cpanel has the following CMS's available as add-ons.

    Mambo
    Nucleus
    PHP-NUKE
    PostNuke
    Xoops
    e107

    That should give plenty of choices for CMS.
    Midwest Dedicated
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    http://www.midwestdedicated.com
    Providing the highest quality IT services since 1999.

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