Re: Bug#220779: ITP: zope-epoz -- Cross-browser-wysiwyg-editor for Zope
On Fri, 21 Nov 2003, Jim Penny wrote:
> Also, there may be some concern with the security aspects of permitting
> epoz - i.e. cross-site scripting, etc. As far as I can tell, epoz
> actually is more secure than allowing a textarea and trying to verify
> it. In any case, it is worth serious thought, and one way or the other,
> security aspects should probably be part of this long description.
This aspect is in fact interesting. Unfortunately I'm not sure about a
correct wording for this fact. Could you please put this into a paragraph
I could quote.
Here is the revised description including the hints of Joe Drew and
Gregor Hoffleit (thanks to both):
Description: cross-browser WYSIWYG editor for Zope
Zope-epoz provides a web-based WYSIWYG editor for editing Zope, CMF
and Plone objects. Developers can integrate Epoz in their Zope/CMF/Plone
sites and allow users editing of content in a document-centric way.
Users who want to use all features of a site containing Epoz instances
will need browsers supporting a rich text widget (e.g. browsers based
on Mozilla >= 1.3.1. Also works for MS Internet Explorer >= 5.5).