If you have to hack core files or use regular expressions and output buffers to get your CMS to output the HTML you want, something is wrong with the CMS.
Since more and more clients are asking about open source options for content management and portal software, I'm looking for suggestions and recommendations.
By using CSS rules that make deprecated and potentially inaccessible markup clearly visible to the editor, you can help your clients maintain markup quality.
Several open source CMSs were evaluated to determine the accessibility of their admin interfaces.
Nearly all browser based WYSIWYG editors produce horrible markup, but there is an alternative - What You See Is What You Mean.
Looking for tips, suggestions, or pointers to good documentation on how to make IBM WebSphere Portal produce valid, semantic, and accessible front-end code.
Implementing and using Plone for Content Management.