MWSF: Mac-based Web content management system unveiled

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The WYSIWYG Rich Text Editing Interface, a Web site content editor from Atomz, a company that provides enterprise Web site management software delivered as an online service, is now available for the Mac.

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On display at this week's Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco, the interface lets Mac users contribute content to their company Web sites using Atomz Publish, a product that lets companies create, publish, and update content on their Web sites. Content authors can now use their Macintosh at home and then their Windows PC at the office to contribute or edit content.

Macintosh WYSIWYG Rich Text Editing Interface is designed for content contributors who use Internet Explorer 5.2 and higher on Mac OS X 10.2 ("Jaguar"). Atomz also offers a Windows WYSIWYG Rich Text Editing Interface, as well as a free-form HTML editing interface and text-only content contribution field. Content authoring and entry fields can support images, PDFs, video and audio files, Microsoft Office documents and a host of other Web-standard content.

This story, "MWSF: Mac-based Web content management system unveiled" was originally published by PCWorld.

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