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Xinha (pronounced like Xena, the Warrior Princess) is a powerful WYSIWYG HTML editor component that works in all current browsers. Its configurabilty and extensibility make it easy to build just the right editor for multiple purposes, from a restricted mini-editor for one database field to a full-fledged website editor. Its makes it an ideal candidate for integration into any kind of project.
The most advanced browser based Editor lets you experience a whole new way of editing. It’s faster than existing technologies and offers unprecedented functionalities. Aloha Editor is designed to be the easiest to use, the fastest in editing and the best in its functions.
CKEditor is a text editor to be used inside web pages. It's a WYSIWYG editor, which means that the text being edited on it looks as similar as possible to the results users have when publishing it. It brings to the web common editing features found on desktop editing applications like Microsoft Word and OpenOffice. It's an editor to be used inside web pages.
Lightweight Rich Text Editor (RTE / WYSIWYG) for jQuery Do you need really lightweight and unbloated Rich Text Editor (RTE / WYSIWYG) for JQuery and ability to extend it as you want? So you at right place. Why yet another "lightweight" RTE editor? The major reason - i couldn't find RTE editor: without any built-in toolbars (you can turn off controls only, but this's other case), really jQuery plugin, but not wrapper (I'm using jQuery in my projects, that's why best choice - real jQuery plugin),
IntroductionCurrent open source WYSIWYG editor controls (TinyMCE, FCKeditor, etc) typically only support one markup language (mostly HTML) as its backend, and their functionalities are hard-coded to use the language of choice, making it difficult, if possible at all, to use them when a different markup is required (e.g., in a forum, where you need BBcode; or a wiki, where MediaWiki, or a similar wiki markup is used). There are several problems with this approach: Different editors need to be wri
Sigil is a multi-platform EPUB ebook editor with the following features Online Sigil User's Guide, FAQ, and Wiki documentation Free and open source software under GPLv3 Multi-platform: runs on Windows, Linux and Mac Full UTF-8 support Full EPUB 2 spec support Multiple Views: Book View, Code View and Split View WYSIWYG editing in Book View, supporting all XHTML documents under the OPS specification Complete control over directly editing EPUB syntax in Code View Table of Contents generator with mu
FreeTextBox is the most-used HTML editor for ASP.NET. It is compatible with IE on the PC, and Mozilla and Firefox on all platforms. It is used in major Open Source projects such as Community Server and DotNetNuke as well as excellent packages like Smarter Mail.