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10 Best Open Source WYSIWYG Website Builders

WYSIWYG stands for what you see is what you get. This is where by you do not edit the source code directly but you write the presentation as it will appear in your final document. Using an editor window, you manipulate with design components and not write blocks of code manually. This just means that while the record is still being created, you view something very similar to the final result.
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