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  1. #1
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    Online HTML editors

    I want some of my users to create their own basic web pages online as part of our hosting service. This would include allowing them to upload image files and would hopefully integrate into CPanel or Ensim etc. Preferably for Linux, but, if not, we could run the service from a W2k server.

    Any suggestions/experiences

    Thanks

    Chris

  2. #2
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    Take a look at sitestudio from www.psoft.net. I believe it does what you want.

    Peter

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    Thanks, Peter. SiteStudio does exactly what I want

  4. #4
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    http://www.ektron.com/ewebeditpro.cfm is pretty good if you want control over the system's look and feel

  5. #5
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    Notepad.

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    quote from operandi:
    This would include allowing them to upload image files and would hopefully integrate into CPanel or Ensim etc. Preferably for Linux
    quote from peteny:
    Notepad.
    Wow, my notepad won't do any of that! Or did you bother to even read his request?

  7. #7
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    It doesn't look like he did.

    Peter

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    hey now.. you didnt know notepad could be configured to run as a full feature HTML online editor?!?

    Sheesh, where have you been!?
    Geek 3 Computer Repair

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    Apparently when you're trying to keep up a gruelling 10 posts/day pace, you don't have time to actually read the threads you're replying to!
    Specializing in SEO and PPC management.

  10. #10
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    Originally posted by JayC
    Apparently when you're trying to keep up a gruelling 10 posts/day pace, you don't have time to actually read the threads you're replying to!


    Your wanting what is called CMS (aka. Content Management System)

    Enjoy http://www.hotscripts.com/search/?qu...y=all&bool=AND
    eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeewwwww it's broke

  11. #11
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    No, that's not what he wants. Read his request again.

    (sorry if this sound rude - economy of words)

    Peter

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    Re: Online HTML editors

    Originally posted by operandi
    I want some of my users to create their own basic web pages online as part of our hosting service. This would include allowing them to upload image files and would hopefully integrate into CPanel or Ensim etc. Preferably for Linux, but, if not, we could run the service from a W2k server.

    Any suggestions/experiences

    Thanks

    Chris
    He wants to have software in which his clients can create their own webpages without them having to purchase additional software, which is the title of the thread. This is called CMS or content management system. This allows the user to upload image files and also create webpages in HTML in WYSIWYG or by hand coding.

    So far as intergration into Cpanel that would be up to the developers to intergrate it.

    Originally posted byckpeter
    No, that's not what he wants. Read his request again.

    (sorry if this sound rude - economy of words)

    Peter
    Sure sounds like what he wants to me.

    nope doesn't sound rude at all
    eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeewwwww it's broke

  13. #13
    Here are a couple I had found while searching for a simple page editing solution for clients without HTML knowledge.... I am still searching for the perfect solution... I might have to create one!!

    http://www.dixit.net/
    http://www.flexwindow.com/news.html
    http://gossamer-threads.com/scripts/fileman/demo.htm
    http://www.snippetmaster.com/install.html
    http://www.editworkspro.com/features.php

    Enjoy!

  14. #14
    Note pad helps if you know HTML very well and should be expert in it.

  15. #15
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    Ultravox, why don't you spend sometime reading the request first? Please don't post *blindly*.

    Please don't post for the sake of post count (as you have your 34 posts per day in your profile, and two of them that I read are non-informative).

    Peter

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    Another one www.webedpro.com.

    - dom
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