HTML Content Items are created and edited with the HTML Editor. This kind of interface is commonly referred to as a "WYSIWYG editor" (WYSIWYG being an acronym for “what you see is what you get”). The interface shares a number of similarities with MS Word, and allows webmasters to add and position text, images, hyperlinks and other content.
Webmasters do not need any HTML programming experience or expertise to create HTML Content Items. The HTML Editor simplifies this task allowing any person who understands the interface to write HTML code.
Admins will notice that tool tips (When you hover over an icon, an explanation appears) do appear over the tools of the HTML Editor when in use, easing understanding of their functions when editing.