WYSIWYG ASP.NET

WYSIWYG ASP.NET

WYSIWYG ASP.NET editor is an open source HTML editor that attempt to display the web page as it will show on the browser. It's a visual editor, and you don’t manipulate the code directly.


WYSIWYG

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Paulo Oliveira
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paulo_oli@yahoo.com.br
Paulo_Oli

Images
Andrea Bruno
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customercare@officialguide.info
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This editor is designed for applications that are using the "responsive web design", then the insertion of images can not be arbitrary by the editor, but must be managed by the client and server side code, and apportunamente placed dynamically when it is done...
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Jens Olsson
notdefinite
frostbyteme@gmail.com
Frostbyte

Changing the look of the editor
Jens Olsson
notdefinite
frostbyteme@gmail.com
Frostbyte

Thanx
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Andrea Bruno
male
customercare@officialguide.info
Webmaster

My name is Andrea and I'm the author
Andrea Bruno
male
customercare@officialguide.info
Webmaster

In the package you will find both versions (vb & c#). For more information please open a new topic!

WYSIWYG Open Source for .NET

WYSIWYG .NET editor is an HTML editor open source for .NET (VB.net or C#) that attempt to display the web page as it will show on the browser. It's a visual editor, and you don't manipulate the code directly.

Nowadays lots of web applications such as forums and blogs use HTML editors as a primary tool for users publications. Web based HTML editor is a kind of control that allows online users to create and edit their html documents in a way that user can write text and set title, description, bold, hyperlink, etc..

Features:

  • Minimalist
  • Open Source
  • Browser supported: All
  • Easy to install: Only one file (WYSIWYG.vb or WYSIWYG.cs)
  • Fluid and responsive
  • Lightweight code: 5 KB
  • Easy to implement in your .NET web application: You need to add only one line of code

Free online support: http://wysiwygnet.com/forum.aspx

Shortcuts:

Bold = Ctrl+b; Italic = Ctrl+i; Copy = Ctrl+c; Cut = Ctrl+x; Paste = Ctrl+v;

Use shortcut keys as an alternative to the mouse when working in this html editor.