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shelagh
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October 20, 2004:

XStandard for Firefox is now available. XStandard is a fully customizable plug-in XHTML WYSIWYG editor for Windows and browser-based content management systems (IE and Firefox). It is the most standards-compliant WYSIWYG editor available and generates clean XHTML Strict or 1.1 markup that meets the most stringent accessibility requirements. The editor uses only CSS for formatting and ensures the clean separation of content from presentation. Use XStandard to manage rich content in any language.

The Lite version of XStandard is free for commercial use. The Pro version has advanced Web Services that power a spell checker, drag & drop, referencing files in remote libraries, communicating with third party systems and importing third-party content.

Download XStandard at http://xstandard.com

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XStandard for Firefox just released

Hey, I'm stuck with a 10-user licence for XStandard (client ditched it before using it).

Was good for what we did. Will be using it again in the future. Wink

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XStandard for Firefox just released

Can I have it?

I might actually give this a go, see what it's like. Will definitely reccommend it to FP users . . .

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