WYSIWYG Content Management Options

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  1. #1
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    Dec 1969

    Default WYSIWYG Content Management Options

    Hi<BR>I have a admin section that allows users to add information via forms/database to the website.<BR><BR>Problem is that is they want to form a word in Bold for example they must type the html code for this to occur.<BR><BR>How to I go about getting around this, and having a image button/icon that when pressed formats the selected content in the form without showing html code.?

  2. #2
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    Dec 1969

    Default RE: WYSIWYG Content Management Options

    As long as IE4+ is your only client base, investigate the Microsoft DHTML Edit Control. It&#039;s installable on IE4+, and comes as part of the default installation in IE5+.<BR><BR>Craig.

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