rsr wrote:Their first choice was Word but unfortunately Word reformats the entire file and adds "special" tags and CSS of its own.
Yes, Word is notorious for doing this kind of thing. It causes havoc when people copy content out of Word and paste it into their blogging tool where it ends up in the feed XML and makes a real mess
rsr wrote:Thier other choices have been CoffeeCup and BestAddress.
I'm amazed CoffeeCup is still around. That was popular a *loooong* time ago
rsr wrote:Do you have any other recommendations or suggestions that would fit our requirements for a WYSIWYG html editor?
To be honest, when I'm writing HTML I usually use a text editor and F5 in a browser
For bigger jobs I'll use HTMLKit since it lets me get down and dirty with the raw HTML when needed and for the really big jobs (like Awasu's help), I'll use DreamWeaver.
HomeSite was written by (ahem) a guy I know and I'm sure it's good although it's getting a bit old. Other than that, you might want to look at this page
. And, of course, checking here