ASP.NET 3.5 and above only

Obout.Ajax.UI Controls - HTML Editor

The HTMLEditor namespace provides not only the Editor control that actually is a composite control (consisting of multiple controls). The HTMLEditor namespace provides a set of controls that can be added to the page separately, and they can be linked with each other through referential properties. So we can have several EditPanel controls (that allow to edit content) and one Toolbar control for them only.

Look at the online examples and you will understand how powerful the HTMLEditor namespace is!

The most customizable HTML Editor in the world!

Identical standards compliant XHTML in all browsers

Generates browser independent standards compliant XHTML.
Created content looks exactly the same in all browsers.
No more <font> and other depreciated tags.


Multilanguage support

Currently it supports multiple languages for the user interface. You can create a localization file for your native language yourself.
See the Localization example.
'Right to Left' languages are fully supported.


Quick formatting

Create any CSS classes with any styles and load them into the Editor control. Let your users format text with just one click. CSS classes can be asigned for images, table's rows and cells. It's like macros on steroids!


Load on demand

Popup windows can be loaded on demand only when used for the first time. This saves loading time and page size.


Fully customizable interface

Show only buttons and functions your users use and hide the rest.
Fully customizable with CSS to fit your tastes.
You can create your own buttons and popup windows.
See 'Fieldset' DOM element support.


Entire page HTML code generating

Many other Editors generate HTML code for document's body content only.
You can get the entire page HTML code with head section, stylesheets and so on. See FullHtml property example.


"I wanted to say this is probably the best set of tools I have ever worked with, but the fact that you guys answer questions is phenomenal. I recommend your stuff to every developer I talk to. "

Karl Wilkens
Multiweb Communications, Inc.

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