Comparing 5 WYSIWYG HTML Editors

WYSIWYG HTML editors are high in demand. For those of you unfamiliar with the term, WYSIWYG means What You See Is What Your Get. Simply put, WYSIWYG editors show you, in real-time, the content you are editing as it will appear on the web. Instead of manually writing code to generate your web pages, you can manipulate the design elements in a convenient rich text editor.

With the rising acceptance of WYSIWYG, many organizations and brands have jumped on the bandwagon. They have created efficient, easy-to-use, smart, and intuitive full-featured WYSIWYG HTML editors. Froala, TinyMCE, CKEditor, Summernote, as well as ContentTools are just a few of the popular choices a wide range of companies use.

In this article, we’ll discuss the WYSIWYG HTML editors mentioned above. We will also take a look at their advantages and disadvantages.

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