It's the programmer that makes the program, not the language.
If only I had some mod points for you, but alas you'll have to settle for a measly symbolic +1. Oh, alright - here's a 3 as well.
Its called innovation...
Behold the wizardry. Modded troll.
What gameplay elements are in there anyway?
Engineering/red stone wiring. Spelunking. And patch 1.8...
"That funding will pay for some consulting and licenses to convert a large percentage of our users from Lotus Notes to Office 365. We will also use that funding to pay for a Microsoft Premier Support agreement covering email and Microsoft Office applications for the entire university," the University said.
What you are after is a so-called "WYSIWYG" editor. This acronym stands for "What You See Is What You Get" - but is falsely misleading. I work as a web developer, and every single WYSIWYG editor I've ever seen is pure shit. Yes, this includes Dreamweaver and its amazing preview function. What you see is definitely not what you get.
The rendering of web pages are completely dependent on the web browser. For the browser to display the website correctly, the code must comply with certain standards and best practices. The problem being that there are so many different web browsers. And even though we hate to admit it, Internet Explorer 6 still has around 10-20% market share. FYI; IE6 is notoriously difficult to engineer content for.
Trust me on the following: if you don't care wether or not your website can be rendered in all major web browsers - your content can't be all too important either. The internet is full of worthless shit and if your goal is to just slap some more crap onto the intertubes, then - well you shouldn't. If your goal is to publish something of value for the public to read - then take the time to either a) learn what it takes to code web pages correctly, or b) hire someone to do it for you.
Don't use WYSIWYG editors. Stop being lazy. Get off my tubes.
The finest eloquence is that which gets things done.