[Catalyst] Validation of entered content

Nicholas Wehr catalyst at bionikchickens.com
Mon Apr 11 14:33:47 GMT 2011

I've used this before - perhaps it will work for you:

> http://ckeditor.com/


On Mon, Apr 11, 2011 at 5:28 AM, John M. Dlugosz <wxju46gefd at snkmail.com>wr=

> I have a form where an admin can change a part of the content on a page.
>  The form lets someone do it without having to update the files on the
> server in a more traditional manner; BUT, it must be correct XHTML.  If t=
> admin types a <p> or a stray '<' for that matter, it will render the
> resulting page not well-formed.
> Combine that with the feature of serving XHTML to browsers that accept it,
> and the site breaks on browsers other than IE.
> What's a good way to validate something programmatically before committing
> it?  Better yet, is there a rich editor or wiki- or phpbbs-like translator
> that I might use for soliciting the input that I might use instead?
> The current content has a couple paragraphs and a bulleted list.  So it's
> not just a simple blank, but must allow an amount of rich content.
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