SnippetMaster is a tool for Web developers who wish to provide their clients with a WYSIWYG way to edit a pre-defined Web page HTML content area through their browser. It's designed to work seamlessly with existing Web pages (including Dreamweaver templates and similar programs) without having to modify the existing design. It includes user authentication, a WYSIWYG editor, image uploading and insertion, hyperlinking, and the ability to view and modify raw HTML. You can also make a list of directories and files to ignore in case there are certain pages or files to which you don't want to grant access to your client. SnippetMaster allows WYSIWYG editing of any pre-defined HTML code snippet located in any text-based file.
Nekit Applet is a HTML editor Java applet which supports a small subset of HTML. It supports just enough HTML to edit a significantly formatted document for the text section of an HTML page. It does not currently support images, tables, or nested lists. It features communication with the server via XML-RPC connection for opening, saving, and getting site structure info. It interacts with the browser to handle the window containing the applet. Nekit also has the ability to define three types of anchors: normal links to other HTML pages, internal links to other parts of the same dynamic Web site, and file download links which point to a particular download area.
Kmap is an HTML image map editor that can create circlular, rectangular, polygonal, and ellipsoidal image maps. Regions can be copied, moved, deleted, and have their colors changed in several maps at once. In addition, polygonal points can be added, deleted, and moved. The dimensions of objects may be changed with the help of control points, and the HTML output is configurable.
htmlArea is a free WYSIWYG editor replacement for common textarea fields in HTML forms. Users can change the font size/color, make it bold/italicized/underlined, add bullets and numbering, insert images and links, and more. It works with any server-side software that accepts forms, including PHP, ASP, Perl, etc., and enables users to format their content as easily as if they were using a word processor. No HTML knowledge is required. Once the form is submitted, the raw HTML is passed along through your CGI script for use in your program.