[wp-hackers] Replacing TinyMCE with Xinha

Robin Adrianse shorty114 at shorty114.net
Thu Nov 30 04:30:54 GMT 2006

Just because it's in a plugin that's shipped with the core doesn't mean it
won't be there. It can be activated automatically, so Joe Blogger can still
have the WYSIWYG but people, like me and a lot of code-savvy people, can
deactivate it easily.

On 11/29/06, Kirk Steffensen <blogger at steffensenfamily.com> wrote:
> -1 from me for no WYSIWYG in core.
> Normal people (non-coder geeks like us) want to be able to just use
> WordPress for blogging.  (My wife is a perfect example.  She's the reason
> I
> wrote my plugin.)  They don't want to have to learn HTML.  Photos are
> nice,
> too, so long as they don't have to learn HTML to do it.
> It's easy enough to disable the WYSIWYG if you don't like it.  (And only a
> coder geek usually bothers to figure out how to disable it.  I proudly
> include myself in the "coder geek" category, although I do use TinyMCE
> when
> I'm writing my blog entries.)
> Kirk
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Ha [mailto:khanh at netspace.net.au]
> Sent: Thursday, November 30, 2006 5:57 AM
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> Subject: Re: [wp-hackers] Replacing TinyMCE with Xinha
> I vote for both as plugins and none in the core.
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