Hilary Marsh wrote:
> While it seems like no independent text editor does a good job accepting
> Word content, several full-fledged CMSs (FatWire, CommonSpot's
> PaperThin, Rhythmyx and Red Dot, plus others, I'm sure) have a "save to"
> feature from Word that does a better job at importing formatted text
> from Word, and according to the hype, will preserve the styles in just
> the right way -- changing a user's Heading 1 style of bright green text
> in Comic Ital to the styles that the site's designers set.
It would be interesting to see the "save to" function you mention. Call
me a sceptic but I'm not convinced it offers anything over what many
rich text editors offer.
The *only* way you could possibly preserve the styles is inline or using
a unique style sheet per document. This is robbing Peter to pay Paul.
The whole point of a CMS is to try and divorce the presentation from the
content -- making it possible to implement some sort of consistency and
Full-fledged CMS's... bah :)
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please trim your posts.