Mozile (xhtml editing in your browser)

19 June, 2005 at 19:22 Leave a comment

In all but the simplest cases, XHTML document editing means being able to change some areas of a page but not others. The overall look and perhaps the sidebars of a page are “fixed” but the meat of the page should be easy to change.

Mozile or Mozilla Inline Editor is an in-browser, context-sensitive, XHTML editor that allows a user to edit all or just specific editable sections of any XHTML page from the comfort of his own browser. It can act as the client-side of a content-editing system or as a self-contained “web word processor”. Let’s try editing …

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Entry filed under: Computers/ICT, Glasgow-Travails, Projects, Research, WebXP.

Mozile – What You See is What You Edit Cost of Putting Ideas in Motion – $1199

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