Covert Text to HTML Using FckEditor

“Gone are those days”, when websites were totally based on HTML coding and it feels very tiresome to code all the time and doing the monotonous task to build just a static website and always taking care of the opening and closing tags so not to get any error at the end of the day.


For the ease of minor developers on 30th January, 2009 the editor of “What You See Is What You Get” give a concept on the web. Off course I am talking about something new and unique and that is FCKEditor, it’s basically a web HTML editor which simply takes your text and gives a converted HTML formatted text, now the boring job is going to be the most interesting and time saving duty.

People just think of it a little bit and ready to get this work on and want to give it a successful try. I also checked the website and software too and its working fine for me, here I need to tell you something about more for the software. When firstly you visit the website, you might get a pop-up screen which gives you some information on the software history, its development and update. It good to stay there for a scene as the update will give you a bonus of Spell Checker free for your website directly from the

The only purpose of updating you with this extra feature is that if you wish to install the FCKEditor on your website then there will be no need to get the extra software of a spell checker for the entire code as it is already there for you.


After getting the software, all you need to do is to configure some option in order to get it work like the way you want and in case if you do not want it for your website, you can also use it as DEMO version. The installed version and the demo version are both the same at every point. Simply the story is not ended here, the part of customization is still another gift, and you can also add tables, links, add pictures, and create Div Containers, Flash Objects and also smiles.

Its not difficult to use specially for whom who has a little knowledge and hands on MS WORD but maybe a little difficult to handle for the bloggers but they can also take advantage from the DEMO version as it is also fully featured and get rid you off from the annoyance of coding.

6 Replies to “Covert Text to HTML Using FckEditor”

  1. Your site in the opera is not the adjustment is shown as well, all excellent! spasibki you for your clever ideas!

    Ваш сайт в опере не очень то корректо показывается, а так все отлично! спасибки вам за умные мысли!

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