WYSIWYG (/ˈwɪziwɪɡ/ WIZ-ee-wig) is an acronym for "What You See Is What You Get". In computing, a WYSIWYG editor is a system in which content (text and graphics) displayed onscreen during editing appears in a form closely corresponding to its appearance when printed or displayed as a finished product, which might be a printed document, web page, or slide presentation.
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  • OptimizePress Review – Create High Converting Landing Pages Fast

    … Editor I found the Live Editor really easy to use. Unlike a lot of WYSIWYG editors, this one was very intuitive and accurately showed what the finished page would look like. It worked very smoothly and wasn’t buggy at all. Using the editor, you can: Drag and drop elements to different rows or columns Arrange content in up to 6 columns Choose from…

    Kerilynn Engel/ Blogging Wizardin EMail- 23 readers -
  • eMarketing Solutions for Every Aspiring Marketer (and a giveaway)

    … to use on your newsletter or website ▪ after you have created your list of contacts, you can create your first campaign and create content with HTML code, drag & drop builder, responsive design builder and WYSIWYG Editor ▪ set up autoresponders for those welcome emails ▪ free WordPress plugin ▪ mobile responsive email campaigns ▪ track statistics…

    Home Based Business Resourcesin EMail- 7 readers -
  • 2 Startups from Web Summit 2014

    … which allows businesses to create beautiful, responsive websites without the need for coding skills. However, it’s not just for businesses but is aimed at graphics designers allowing them to build advanced sites with just a few clicks of a button on a WYSIWYG interface. You can sign up for a free site with 3GB storage, one site and hosting or prices…

    Kerry Butters/ GetResponse Blogin EMail- 7 readers -
  • A/B Testing the Untestable in Checkout

    … impressive gains come from bigger changes – new approaches to layout, radical redesigns that fix multiple conversion speed bumps and, of more recent popularity, responsive design. And it’s often recommended to start A/B testing your checkout process before tackling other areas of your site, as visitors that get as far as your checkout are closest…

    Linda Bustos/ Get Elastic- 8 readers -