The HTML version of Templates and Articles can be edited in code view or WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get). 

A WYSIWYG editor includes buttons to perform various formatting functions, which translate to HTML code.  Such formatting changes include font face, size, and color, image editing, and the addition of hyperlinks and anchor links in the design.

WYSIWYG allows users unfamiliar with HTML to quickly create or edit a Template.  The code generated by a WYSIWYG tool is never as clean and precise as HTML hand coded by a Developer.  No WYSIWYG editor is perfect, and it is important to test your content thoroughly.  The WYSIWYG tool is best suited for creating and editing less complicated Templates.

Versions prior to 8.2 use the TinyMCE WYSIWYG editor.  Versions 8.2 and later use the CKEditor.

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