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BetterLesson’s New Lesson Page Editor: TinyMCE

September 27, 2010

After one week of testing Google Closure and TinyMCE as lesson page editors, we have decided to make TinyMCE the default lesson page editor for all users.  As mentioned before, TinyMCE’s editor is used by top companies such as Facebook and WordPress, among others.  It allows for many plugins that teachers find useful while lesson planning, including Paste from Word, Source Code, and Image Insert.  We look forward to hearing more of your feedback about TinyMCE as you begin to use it.

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