Code implementation guide

WYSIWYG editor

What's a WYSIWYG editor? What type do I use?

A WYSIWYG (or "What You See Is What You Get") editor is a type of HTML editor lets you edit your webpage in a simplified, code-free view that looks similar to the actual page layout. There are two common types:

  • Code view editors show you Design/Normal, Preview, and HTML views. You can use the HTML view to edit the code.
  • HTML Insert Editors use an "Insert" menu tab to offer HTML editing.

If you can't find the HTML source code of your webpage in your editor, please visit the help center or support group for your HTML editing software.

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