Editing web pages with FCKeditor


Article from Issue 59/2005

Small sites often have outdated information because the webmaster doesn’t have time to keep all the pages up to date. Even something as simple as a spelling correction might take days to change. FCKEditor frees the webmaster by letting the user take charge.

In addition to managing personal web sites, I also volunteer as a webmaster for a local community sports club. A common complaint by everyone at the club is that no one takes the time to provide current information. Some of the sections at the site provide no information at all, simply because no one has the time to keep the pages up to date. I have the technical expertise to manage the site, but I can’t devote the time to maintaining every individual page. I needed an easy way for the club members to put the information online themselves.

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