|Subject:||RE: Server Side Authoring Tools|
|Date:||Jul 14, 2000 1:41:19 pm|
Ok, so you want a web-based WYSIWYG webpage editor. Well, one thing I can tell
you is that I have never seen anything like FrontPage web-based. I've seen few, but they are all very limited
in functionality. Try cgi-resources.com to get an idea what's out there.
On Fri, 14 Jul 2000 14:28:13 -0500, Hudson, Henrik H. wrote:
Clarification. I don't want the client to have any software on their end. So for example, they would go to "The Publish Page" type in a username/password and get a java applet or PHP or something that allows them to build from a web app. I thought Frontpage requires that they run Frontpage 2000/98 on their PC at home? If I am wrong..well..then I am wrong.
--- Henrik Hudson
-----Original Message----- From: owne...@FreeBSD.ORG [mailto:owne...@FreeBSD.ORG]On Behalf Of Simon Sent: Friday, July 14, 2000 15:22 To: free...@freebsd.org; Hudson, Henrik H. Subject: Re: Server Side Authoring Tools
Have you looked at FrontPage extensions?
On Fri, 14 Jul 2000 14:15:12 -0500, Hudson, Henrik H. wrote:
I tried searching Yahoo, the mailing list and other places but couldn't come up with anything, so I thought I would post.
I work for an ISP running a mixture of machines, some being FreeBSD. I am looking for a program, commercial is okay, that would allow our customers to publish, create, edit, etc... their websites via a server based WYSIWYG or template tool. I would prefer something that ran on BSD or *NIX, but if you happen to know of a decent NT/2000 one that's okay too.
Thanks in advance for any help the list can shed on this.
--- Henrik Hudson
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