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The editor is meant to be used as part of a website management application, allowing users to load, edit and save content to a webserver. Though the editor can be used standalone, many of its features, such as image upload and creation of internal hyperlinks, necessitate the use of a webserver.
Requires: IE5.5+/Mozilla 1.3+ for all rich-text features to function properly. If browser does not support rich-text, it should display a standard textarea box. *** Note: Mozilla Firebird (0.6.1+) now supports contentEditable mode.
There is NO LICENSE, so just take the code and use it for any purpose. This code is 100% free.
Version 3.0 (beta) is cross-browser - IE 5.5/Mozilla 1.3
Please note that this is not a standalone product like other Zope products. It is just a piece of code that you can add on to other products, if you choose to. I have not yet tried it with CMF - I need to learn CMF first. Meanwhile, you can see how a reader implemented this for his CMF site.
Extended to work with Zope Presentation Templates and CMF/Plone (CMFVisualEditor).
Given a document, you can add the attribute
"designMode" and set it to "on" to get an editable document. For example,
contentDocument and set designMode to "on" like this:
In all but the simplest cases, XHTML document editing means being able to change some areas of a page but not others. The overall look and perhaps the sidebars of a page are "fixed" but the meat of the page should be easy to change.
Mozile or Mozilla Inline Editor is an in-browser, context-sensitive, XHTML editor that allows a user to edit all or just specific editable sections of any XHTML page from the comfort of his own browser. It can act as the client-side of a content-editing system or as a self-contained "web word processor".You can try Mozile from a Mozilla browser...
Click in here and see that this DIV is editable inline in Mozilla AND Firebird. To see the cursor, first make sure caret browsing is on by hitting F7. The toolbar appears by itself.
mozUserModify. It can also be enabled inline using the contentEditable property as defined by Microsoft. CSS is better though.
Control is available in 2 server-side flavors: PHP and ASP .NET. GNU General Public License (GPL).
- Easy to integrate, takes only two lines of code.
- Theme and template support.
- Easy to extend with custom code.
- Customizable HTML output. Block elements and force attributes.
- International language support (Language packs) currenly UK, SE (Swedish), IT (Italian) and DE (German).
- Multiple browser support, currently Mozilla, MSIE and FireFox.