Atomz has announced that an intuitive Web site content editor is now available for the Macintosh platform, allowing Macintosh users to easily contribute content to their company Web sites using Atomz Publish. Atomz said the WYSIWYG Rich Text Editing Interface is now a standard option for all Atomz Publish customers. With the addition of the Web site content editor for the Macintosh, Atomz is offering the only hosted Web site content management system for Macintosh users. Atomz Publish lets companies create, publish, and update content on their Web sites. Atomz Publish customers can deploy the Web site content management system in days, and at a much lower cost than traditional server-based content management solutions. With the addition of Macintosh support, Atomz Publish customers can now support end users who use either Macintosh, Windows, or both. Customers using Atomz Publish to create and author new text and deploy it on their Web sites can now do so through any of four different ways: Macintosh WYSIWYG Rich Text Editing Interface--designed for content contributors who use Internet Explorer 5.2 and higher on Mac OS X v10.2; Windows WYSIWYG Rich Text Editing Interface--designed for content contributors who use Internet Explorer on Windows; A free-form HTML editing interface--end users can insert any standard HTML, including tables, images, text or any other page element; or Text-Only--allows the Web site designer to control every detail of the formatting and style of the inputted text. In addition, content authoring and entry fields can support images, PDFs, video and audio files, MS Office documents and a host of other Web-standard content.