WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) or rich-text editors allow you to drag and drop, insert images and create numbered or bullet lists using an web editor just like in Word. These editors provide a graphical interface and have an array of tools with which you develop web pages.
The main advantage to using these editors is that beginners do not need to learn how to code an HTML page or remember any tags. You can also integrate editors with your current website or CMS to help build a professional looking content.
In this article we will list some of the best free to use WYSIWYG text editors.
This minimalistic text editor will help you enjoy live web editing.
Super simple WYSIWYG editor on Bootstrap.
Quill is a free, open source WYSIWYG editor built for the modern web.