WYMeditor 1.0.0b6

WYMeditor 1.0.0b6 has been released. This version brings lots of improvements and bug fixes.

See the release page for more information.

Disclaimer: WYMeditor is now maintained by Wes Winham and other contributors.

Congrats to Wes and the WYMeditor team !


POP3 filter in PHP using Zend Framework

A simple POP3 filter written in PHP to delete unwanted emails from your POP3 mailbox, before downloading them, based on the sender's email address.

Drupal 7 is here

Drupal 7 is here

Drupal 7, the friendly and powerful content management platform for building nearly any kind of website, is available today!

Drupal 7 is

  • Easier to use
  • More flexible
  • More scalable
  • Open source

Read all about Drupal 7.


WYMeditor 0.5 beta 1 released, Google Chrome compatible

WYMeditor 0.5 beta 1 has been released!
This release brings new features and fixes bugs.
New features:

WYMeditor 0.5 alpha 1 released, Safari compatible

WYMeditor 0.5 alpha 1 has been released!
This new version brings major new features:

WYMeditor news

I've been very busy these last months, and unfortunately I had no time to blog, nor work on WYMeditor.
Things are finally getting back to normal, though I must admit I currently don't have so much time for the project...
Anyway, we have started to refactor WYMeditor's code, cleaning up the global object, moving classes to the WYMeditor namespace, and so on. No new feature, but I think the code is getting better and easier to maintain.
Next step: use NaturalDocs for the code documentation.


WYMeditor 0.4 released

WYMeditor 0.4 stable has been released!
This release includes Bermi Ferrer's powerful XHTML and CSS parsers, and fixes some outstanding bugs.
For your convenience, jQuery 1.1.4 has been included in the package, as well as getting started examples, which should work out of the box.
Thanks to all the contributors who made this release possible.
Download WYMeditor 0.4


Related feeds widget

This a widget example, using the jQuery jFeed and wordStats plugins, to display a list of articles related to the current document.

jQuery wordStats plugin

The jQuery wordStats plugin tries to determine what a page is about by computing the density of its keywords.
It uses a simple algorithm which adds a variable weight for each keyword occurence, depending on its 'position' in the document.
Although this computation model is quite simple, I get good results with all sorts of documents.
There's of course a system to exclude 'stop words' (frequent pronouns, prepositions, adverbs and so on).

fixedBox jQuery plugin

fixedBox is a lightweight jQuery plugin that allows you to display a fixed box in the web page.
The box is centered by default, but you can also define the left and/or top positions.


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