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wysiwyg: x-standard intergration

Friday 04 August 2006 1:08:42 pm - 6 replies

Has anybody managed to intergrate x-standard into ezpublish? (http://www.xstandard.com/ )

Could you point me in the right direction?

Many thanks

Modified on Friday 04 August 2006 6:23:58 pm by David Jones

Friday 04 August 2006 9:05:05 pm

Just out of curiousity - what is wrong with the official Online Editor (now under GPL) or SJSD which is a great contribution based on FckEditor?

The developers of the extensions would be the people to talk to for tips,


Thursday 10 August 2006 11:34:34 am

Basically our organization uses X-standard because;
It generates web standards compliant output and you can allow uses access to predefined style to make their content fit with the style of the site.

It is much harder for a user to break the look and feel using x-standard. It is the best editor we have found for allowing flexibility of content with an element of 'safety'.

This issue is the sticking point at the moment as to whether or not we adopt ezp as a standard cms for our clients.

Has this integration ever been attempted?

Are there alternatives which meet these two basic needs?


Modified on Thursday 10 August 2006 2:16:25 pm by David Jones

Thursday 10 August 2006 11:38:33 am

hi jones,

I have also raised the issue of x-standard integration and ended up with this: Have a look


I am also quite keen in integration.


Modified on Thursday 10 August 2006 11:39:37 am by John Smith

Thursday 10 August 2006 2:14:41 pm

Yeah, I'd seen that.

I was hoping some progress had been made.

I am happy to get my hands dirty and have a go but I simply do not now where to start.

Monday 14 August 2006 12:55:20 pm

I guess nobody knows where to start either.

Thursday 20 December 2012 5:43:22 pm


Even if this post is quite old, have you succeeded on the integration of xstandard?
Best regards,


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