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Drupal: Limit WYSIWYG editors

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Users want WYSIWYG. They really, really want it. They expect that Web WYSIWYG editors will work the same as MS Word or OpenOffice Writer. But the editors don't have that level of WYSIWYGiness. If you give users all the options they expect, they can easily break the site's look.

I'll show you how to set up Drupal with the WYSIWYG module and CKEditor to give users a functional editor that will leave your site looking marvellous.

Drupal: Installing a WYSIWYG editor that lets users insert images

Learn how to add a WYSIWYG editor to your site. The editor lets users upload their own images.

This isn’t just a follow-these-steps tutorial. It not only tells you what to do, but explains why you do it. The tutorial goes into some depth about input formats, filters, and other Drupal mysteries.

Site cost


  • A business that has a Web site must pay to (1) create a site, (2) run the Web server and its infrastructure, and (3) keep the site’s content up-to-date.
  • Web servers for most small business sites cost from about $20 to $200 per month to run.
  • A content management system (CMS) can reduce the cost of updating a Web site, by (1) reducing the cost of creating the site, and (2) letting less skilled people update the site.


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