A more user (and developer) friendly FCKEditor

One of the selling points of a content management system has always been “If you can use Microsoft Word, you can maintain a website.” FCKEditor is one of the primary touch points customers will use to interact with your Kentico application and if it isn’t tuned properly you and your customer will get frustrated. Ideally we spend some time to educate the customer on basic HTML (which if you’re looking for training, DATA, Inc. has incredible online Kentico training) but in the end what they see on screen is what they expect. This WYSIWYG approach has to be balanced with well formed HTML.

Following are a few simple tweaks I’d recommend implementing before any site content is loaded.

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HTML5 markup in Kentico 6 - Part 1

There are many exciting features that have been introduced and adopted in the latest HTML specification that cover handling of rich media, images, offline storage, etc. These can be very sexy topics for clients to discuss but my favorite specifications are those affecting our basic HTML markup.

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HTML5/WAI-ARIA compliant navigation

This issue probably requires much more investigation and we'll get to that in the future but busy bees we are so here is a quick post on updating the markup in your navigation menus.
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