Users, however, will have an option to turn the WYSIWYG editor off.
I’ve long wanted to install a WYSIWYG plugin for a few of the WordPress sites I help run but I couldn’t make the plugin at www.mudbomb .com run. The WYSIWYG interface gets loaded but I couldn’t use it to write or even edit posts. There’s another plugin – Chen press but I haven’t tried it yet.
For many users, a WYSIWYG editor is ideal because it offers a push button interface -similar to Microsoft Word – to format your blog posts. I’ve tried tinyMCE with Mambo CMS and never had problems using it.