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The Open Source Content Management Solution


One of the most prominent things on the web today are content generation systems. More than ever companies are starting to come out that are designed to merge writers with people needing outsourced work. With this kind of demand the Tinymce Wysiwyg Editor Joomla open source package is perfect for use in building a content management site. Some sites use this technology to create simple web 2.0 sites that allow users to submit blogs and comment boxes while others use it as a core platform to integrate services that include writers writing various types of articles for clients to bridge creative work with a valued service and content provider company through a back end web presence.

The beauty of the Tinymce Wysiwyg Editor by Joomla is it's extensive API which allows for extreme customization for a variety of applications as well as integration with a variety of other services. The learning curve of this platform is very low and with minimal effort one can discover ways to use this. With a wysiwyg editor like this (what you see is what you get) you can build your system and see it in action as you go, unlike some previous solutions that you had to build the entire code base before even seeing it work. The Tinymce Wysiwyg Editor is essentially a javascript coded word processor with incredible features that bring a new dimension to your content management system.

This editor can be added to a variety of site types including picture sites, content sites, and more providing a word processor interaction interface essentially to any web page. It can be patched in pretty easily and there are a lot of available tutorials and even third party packages that integrate this as part of the installation. In many ways this is the word processor version of (although in a different market) the OS Commerce concept. It can be skinned, customized, changed, even features can be added to it very easily to provide functionality such as for example adding in keywords to the body of an article with the click of a tinymce coded button.

The core javascript code is released in open source and has continuously been used, changed, and can be found all over the web in one application or another. Open source programs often become incredible innovations because people have more control over changing it to suit their needs and often building products out of the core design. This is no different.









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