Rich text editor (easy to understand) needed.

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I am trying to find a good Rich Text Editor that is similar to the former MSN on-site Rich Text Editor. I knew that one like the back of my hand, and have tried various ones such as LisaExplains, my Microsoft Office & Home, and some online ones and so far haven't found a good one. I have a lot of beautiful web graphics complete set pieces saved on Photobucket, and have written new articles that need new sets. What I have been doing these last months is copying and pasting the older ones till it is getting to look over-done on my website. I have some framed sets, and have tried to go and click on each frame in the website and add a new photobucket link address of another complete set I have to adjust them frame by frame that way and can't find any Rich Text Editor able to do that. Anyone know of a good similar one to MSN had?

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LillyHFB
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  • struggling here.

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Hi LillyHFB,

We have a text editor on this site: http://html101.yolasite.com/

I hope it helps!
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Thank you Marije. Can you explain to me using this Editor how to create frames using backgrounds on Photobucket. I have staggered frames within frames on my site: (http://hopefrombeyond.yolasite.com) and would like to create new ones. I see there is a table on this Rich Text Editor, but it doesn't have a place where I see where I can add the custom background for this frame, I would then click inside the first frame and then add still another frame with another background within that one, probably having about four frames like this all staggered within each other, with the main solid tile within the center where the article would be written.
Thank you!

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LillyHFB
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Hi LillyHFB,

I don't think the table generator on that text editor will give you what you need. The only way to add these kinds of tables on Yola is to add the HTML like you're currently doing.

If there's anyone else reading this thread with any ideas, feel free to post!

I'm sorry I can't give a better solution.