Composite

This is pretty sweet. Finally, a visual editor I can use from within Mozilla! Works with any <textarea> field. And copy/paste works great from a web page into it's edit window-- it preserves links, images, formatting, etc. Impressive.

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2 Comments

Adam Kalsey said:

If only it worked in Phoenix. But that's most likely a Phoenix issue that will be resolved once it supports all the prefs.

photomatt said:

It is a really neat project. I little while ago I taught a client to use it to update some content on their site, the only problem was it’s a bilingual site and at that time Composite completely mangled most HTML entities. I know if it was a limitation of the plugin or of the Moz HTML editor itself. I'm going to check it out to see how the project has developed. I should also probably dig a little through bugzilla to see if it could be something else.

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