Thank you for taking the time to contribute your suggestion.
Adding a WYSIWYG to the Page Settings might be possible however I would have to have a better idea of how people use this page.
The issue with simply converting the textareas to WYSIWYG editors is that each section contains only partial HTML code. For example, there is a table which starts in the Overview (Header) section, continues in the Overview (Product-Loop) section and then finally closes in the Overview (Footer) section. WYSIWYG editors ensure that all HTML code is complete in each section.
If we merge the header and footer sections together, keeping a placeholder called [LOOP] or something like that for the separate loop section (would appear in a separate editor window), it might actually become feasible to implement what you are suggesting.
I just finished contributing over a hundred hours of development time on a voluntary basis into improving Bakery. Unfortunately don't have time at the moment to implement WYSIWYG in the Page Settings. However I would definitely be open to implementing this for you if you are willing to pay me to do it
One of the great strengths of Website Baker is it's ease of use for technically oriented and technically challenged users alike. I believe that this modification could be beneficial and move Bakery towards this goal.
Unless someone else would like to contribute development time on this, the best I can do for now is add it to my list of future features which will hopefully make it in to a future release of Bakery.
Thanks again for your suggestion.
With warmest regards,