After seeing Matt’s post that TinyMCE has been integrated into WordPress, I think I’m doing the same to a few things I’m currently developing. I was considering a WYSIWYG tool previously for these projects, but decided against it mainly because of the poor code they often produce. TinyMCE is rather good, but didn’t support Safari. Now that appears to be changing (they are testing and working with Apple). So I really have no reason not to use it right?
It’s a great thing for those who don’t know much (or good) html. Keeps the crud out. Now I need to either find, or write a really good html sanitizing function for php so I can make sure it’s pure safe html. Right now I just delete any tags.