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Forums are back online, thank you for your patience.
Xinha now has a logo, go ahead and grab it.
Time for another long overdue update. Lots of work is going into Xinha, many bugs fixed, improvements made, patches applied, translations updated and a lot of plugins added. We have several developers putting in great work, and still others helping out answering questions and solving problems in the forums with nothing less than fanatical dedication.
There is still quite a list of stuff to be done before V1.0 can be released, but only because I keep adding to the list. Xinha is for the most part "stable" in it's current state, lots of people are using it in production systems. I recommend using your favorite SVN client to do a checkout and keep yourself up to date.
James Sleeman ("gogo")
Xinha (pronounced like the Warrior Princess) stands for "Xinha is not htmlarea". It began as a stop-gap fork of the InteractiveTools.Com htmlArea WYSIWYG editor, but due to popular demand it has spawned into Xinha, a generally better version of htmlArea version 3, with a much cooler name. See the Examples to have a play with the latest release of Xinha.
Visit the Discussion Forum
- Discussion Forum
- Download Xinha
- Xinha Newbie Guide
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- Differences between Xinha and htmlArea.
- Compatability between Xinha and htmlArea.
- Plugins available for/supplied with Xinha.
What is this Website?
This website is produced with a system called "Trac" which combines this Wiki, a Subversion interface, and a bug tracking/ticket system. This is the first port of call for Xinha developers and users alike.
How can I get Xinha?
See the DownloadsPage.
Have you got a forum?
How can I contribute to Xinha?
That's ok, we do. Some other ways you might contribute are to sponsor development of Xinha plugins, or donate some cash to one of the Xinha developers. A donations page will be available in the near future to allow donating to any of the contributing developers.
What else is here?
For a complete list of local wiki pages, see TitleIndex.