[QUOTE="maz"]\nIs anyone able to recommend a good stable WYSISYG website editor, that can\nallow no techical people to edit a website and upload images, in using\njust their web browser. One is needed for a new charity website. I am\ndesigning the website in Dreamweaver, but they want to be able to edit\ntext and images in a WYSIWYG browser environment. I have looked at\nmacromedia contribute, but it is very slow and clunky on a dialup\nconnection. They also want many people to do the editing, so buying a\nseperate contribute license for each user isn't an option.\nThe other requirements is that is going on a linux server, so should use\nphp and mysql.. I have also looked at CMS systems such as Xoops, and\nMambo, but they are far to complex for the user requirements, they just\nwant something simple.[/QUOTE]\n\nWeb Drive's IProsite is quite good. It currently only supports WYSIWYG\nediting in Internet Explorer but I'll be helping them in the new year to\nget it working in Mozilla based browsers as well.\n\nMore details at [URL]http://www.iprosite.com/[/URL]\n\nThe only downside with IE's browser based editing is it creates *REALLY*\ncrappy html.