[development] rich text editor

Jamie Holly hovercrafter at earthlink.net
Tue Feb 5 18:28:02 UTC 2008

I really don't have enough experience with Tidy to compare the two. From 
what I have read though, Tidy doesn't do that much actual filtering as 
it does markup correction. HTMLPurifier does have an option in it to 
have it run with Tidy to clean up the source code formatting though.

Jamie Holly
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Ivan Sergio Borgonovo wrote:
> On Tue, 05 Feb 2008 12:59:23 -0500
> Jamie Holly <hovercrafter at earthlink.net> wrote:
> > I was pretty much in the same position as you with Firedoglake and 
> > Crooks & Liars, even though they use Wordpress (despite my efforts
> > to get them to move to Drupal LOL), TinyMCE is still used for the
> > post editor and they both have a lot of contributors that love to
> > directly paste from Word into TinyMCE. What I ended up doing was
> > using HTMLPurifier as an extra level of filtering on form submits.
> How would you compare HTMLPurifier with tidy?

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