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OpenWebware.com – An Open Source WYSIWYG Editor

OpenWYSIWYG is a free cross browser editor which can be used to make your content management system much more manageable. Using Open can turn any text area into a WYSIWYG editor employing just a couple lines of code. It’s fast (written in Javascript and DHTML) and it’s easy to use. You can view your HTML source code and make in code adjustments. Open also allows for document management, similar to Word – there’s bold, italics, a...

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Wikidot.com – Free Wiki Hosting with Perks

Wikidot is an open source wiki hosting project. They aim to provide free wiki publishing, collaboration and communication tools for anyone and everyone. As with all wikis, all you have to worry about is your content—the rest, CSS, HTML etc. is tended to by Wikidot. You can invite people and let them co-edit your pages. Forums can be built, and you can build a completely private wiki for family, friends, colleagues and coworkers....

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Jottit.com – Ready Made Wiki, Instant Publishing

Jottit is a new tool that’s sublimely minimalistic and yet mighty cool. It will send shivers of simple delight down your spine, perhaps reminding you of the cultish power of microblogging. In essence, Jottit is a text box. You literally type whatever you’d like into this empty square and within seconds you’ll have created a fresh, brand new webpage or wiki. Pages can be made private, whereby you require a password to...

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