thanks for the reply. I tried with Firefox and indeed with Firefox we do not get the style-attributes. It does not comfort much that we have back such browser dependencies. I furtheron tried with TinyMce which does not have this effect also in Crome.
I think the headline concept (h1 .. h6) in HTML is broken by design and cannot be repaired. But If the user has the choice to switch between Atto and TinyMce, the editors should behave the same with respect to the produced results. And in particular in the Wiki, <h> provides chapter wise "edit" links. So I also think it is a mistake to limit Atto to produce only h3 onwards.
I also would like to provide an editor which supports the user to produce semantical markup using
- bullet and numberd list
- definition lists
- inlines (emphasis and strong emphasis)
If we want to add further semantics I would like to do this with css classes and not with embedded styles. Therefore "clean formatting" should remove all non semantic formatting, but not those introduced by editor buttons. I saw that TinyMce also has a button "clean sourcecode" which also does something.
We are currently in the process of setting the Moold strategy in our institution. After all these experiences with Atto, i tend to go back using tinyMce as default editor - but I am not sure how long it will be available.
What would you advise?