Giving Back
September 14th, 2009

Giving Back

Humor me for a moment as I give a glimpse of my non-professional life. I promise it has something to do with design and development. Last Saturday, I joined the GCF Youth L.I.V.E. Missions team on an outreach to an urban poor area in Quezon City. For one thing, I did not work a lot during the past week so I thought I might as well do something extremely productive with my time.
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Wordpress vs Drupal: WYSIWYG Editors
September 5th, 2009

Wordpress vs Drupal: WYSIWYG Editors

In a past article, I’ve already talked about how Drupal bests Wordpress in out of the box page optimization techniques but also, how Wordpress is not far behind. Today, I’d like to continue my series by talking about how Drupal and Wordpress both differ in their implementation of WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get) editors for content.

WYSIWYG editors seem to be standard issue these days. Blogging platforms like Blogger and forum packages like PHPBB have them pre-installed to help users add styling and HTML to their content. In content publishing, having those quick and handy buttons on the top help writers to quickly pull together styling the content without having to know any HTML or CSS.
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