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Thread: Needing a web-based plain text editor

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    Exclamation Needing a web-based plain text editor

    Hi, I am searching for a freeware [and simple] web-based plain text editor. I already have TinyMCE, Whizzywig and more. They do well and I could edit my settings and the .PHP file which writes the WYSIWYG to the server, but if any one knows a freeware [and simple] web-based plain text editor, I'd be happy to hear.

    It's very weird [to me anyway], that I didn't find one yet [through Google]; as those I found are at least all rich-text editors which put 'crap' into the source-code. Breaks instead of line-feeds et cetera. I hope some of you know one at least. It's not, that I'm hopeless, 'cause I know ways to get around as I said, but I'd like to make it myself as easy as possible. Fighting to get a browser as Opera to do what I want it to do, is hard enough. Who'd ever expects it needed two foo div's [without any content] to stop it from placing an image 'somewhere' on the page instead of where I wanted it to be.

    Thanks for reading!

    Regards, Igor

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    Use a textarea or disable the JavaScript for the wysiwyg editor

    Who'd ever expects it needed two foo div's [without any content] to stop it from placing an image 'somewhere' on the page instead of where I wanted it to be.
    Give a link or show the code if you want this solved.

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