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What is WYSIWYG?


WYSIWYG is short for "What You See Is What You Get". WYSIWYG (pronounced wiz-ee-wig) is a type of editing software that allows users to view and edit content in a form that appears when displayed on an interface, webpage, slide presentation, or printed document.

There are two common ways to write HTML documents: WYSIWYG and manual coding. The WYSIWYG editor shows you a rendered web page as you edit the page. You don't see the actual HTML. while using manual coding, you see the HTML, but you must load the document in a web browser to view the rendered page.

With the WYSIWYG editor, how your design and content appear on the editing platform is what appears in the final version. Microsoft Word is a common example that helps define a WYSIWYG editor. You have a blank page with some formatting tools that allow you to add and format words, tables, images, etc.

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