The abbreviation ‘WYSIWYG’ is an acronym for “what you see is what you get”. The term is used to indicate computer programs for web designers to edit Text and graphics of a website without having to touch markups.
This means you can use a WYSIWYG program to quickly manipulate the layout, graphics and text of a web page and you see the changes you made instantly how it looks, as a web designer using WYSIWYG editors program you can visualize what you are producing as you are producing it.
WYSIWYG is still far from reality of program as it doesn’t offer you all what you need, you still need to have knowledge of HTML to get the best of what you really want to get.
43 List of WYSIWYG Editor Programs
1. Adobe Dreamwearver
2. Adobe Muse
16. Silex Website Builder
17. SeaMonkey Composer
22. Quanta Plus
23. Opera Dragonfly
25. NetObjects Fusion
26. Microsoft WebMatrix
27. Coffee Cup
28. Microsoft Publisher
29. Microsoft Visual Web Developer Express
30. Microsoft Share Point Designer
31. Microsoft Expression Web
32. Maqetta 33. Macaw Web Editor
35. Hyper Publish
36. Google Web Designer
37. Froala Editor
43. Oxygen WordPress Editor
Related Acronym of WYSIWYG
WISIWIT: What I see is what I type, this is used for text-based editors unlike WYSIWYG WYCIWYG: What you cache is what you get, meaning when a browser retrieves your cached web pages it produces you what was originally cached.
Related Acronym of WYSIWYG
WISIWIT: What I see is what I type, this is used for text-based editors unlike WYSIWYG
WYCIWYG: What you cache is what you get, meaning when a browser retrieves your cached web pages it produces you what was originally cached.
WYGIWYG: What you get is what you get
WYGIWYS: What you get is what you see
WYSIAWYG: what you see is almost what you get
WYSIMOLWYG: What you see is more or less what you get
WYSINWYW: What you see is not what you want, a term to mean some text editor programs gives you what you don’t want, this arguably happens with Microsoft word.
WYSIPWYG: What you see is probably what you get
WYSIWYD: What you see is what you deserve, you can’t do or give better than what you already know
WYSIWYM: What you see is what you mean, a term that means what you think you see and interpreted the meaning to be is what it is.
WYSIWYM: What you see is what you need, a Software related acronym, that denotes the right a user has over an intellectual property, is a kind of restriction based term that allows user to see only what they need.
WSIWYS: what you see is what you sign, a software related term that means users has to all that they need to see before they sign a digital property.
WYSIWYW: What you see is what you want, this term as used by GNU TeXmacs editors means a great deal of level of customization unlike WYSIWYG.
WYSYHYG: what you see you hope you get
YAFIYGI: You asked for it you got it
Source Code HTML Editing Programs
Source code editors are originated from basic text editors, but they have added functions and features that enable them to do just more Markup writing and coding.
39 List of Source Code HTML Editing Programs
8. TED Notepad
9. Notepad ++
10. Sublime Text
13. RJ TextEd
15. Programmer’s Notepad
16. PhpStorm IDE
19. NetBeans IDE
20. Microsoft Visual Studio
28. E Text Editor
29. CoffeeCup HTML Editor
38. Alleycode HTML Editor
39. ActiveState Komodo