New Community WYSIWYG Editors
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New Community WYSIWYG Editors!!



Hi Everyone:


In case you haven't noticed, we've just upgraded the "What You See Is What You Get" (WYSIWYG) editors used throughout our equine community.  This includes the editors used when you're:


  • Sending or Replying to email
  • Creating Horse Groups or Equine Events
  • Posting to your horse Blog
  • Participating in our Equine Forums
  • Participating in Group Forums or Event Forums


 These new editors offer unsupassed power, flexibility, and ease of use and Best Of All:


 Adding Photos & Videos is now Really Really Simple.........Really


 Here are some examples of several photos and videos I've uploaded using our new super simple photo/video upload system.









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