Bringing Purity to Bitweaver
Will • 19 May 2007 (02:41 UTC)
Good bye unclosed HTML tags and broken layouts. Hello automagical strict HTML!
The Bitweaver team is pleased to announce the integration of HTMLPurifier into R2 CVS. HTML Purifier not only removes all malicious code (better known as Cross Site Scripting Attacks or XSS) but also makes sure your content is standards compliant. It will tidy your HTML closing all open tags, and remove any unwanted ones. This is particularly valuable for those wishing to use HTML format as well as for those who wish to allow HTML within the bitweaver and TikiWiki format.
With your choice of graphical HTML editors, FCKEditor and TinyMCE, combined with HTMLPurifier you can finally do away with the wiki code learning curve and offer your users a richer user experience without compromising the security of your site. We are aware of only two other CMS systems that have integrated HTMLPurifier and Bitweaver is one of only 2 to include it with the default installation. Thanks go to Nick Palmer for doing the integration!