Belus Technology Releases Firefox Version of XStandard

Oct 22, 2004


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Belus Technology has released the new Mozilla Firefox version of its XHTML WYSIWYG editor XStandard. XStandard is a standards-compliant WYSIWYG editor used as a plug-in for content management systems. It is designed to permit non-technical authors to manage rich, multilingual content and ensure the markup they produce is standards-compliant and accessible. Firefox is the new browser from the Mozilla Foundation. Its new scriptable plug-in API is designed to facilitate the development of applications that extend the browser's functionality, and is the result of collaboration between the Mozilla Foundation, Adobe, Apple, Macromedia, Opera, and Sun Microsystems. XStandard is used in content management solutions that must meet Web standards and accessibility requirements. The editor generates clean XHTML Strict or 1.1, with no deprecated tags, uses Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), and ensures the clean separation of content from formatting.
(www.belus.com; www.mozilla.org)