Rich Text Editing

The first Rich Text Editor I used was TinyMCE, which I integrated into ASP.Net with a little bit of Javascript code.

Next was FCKEditor, which nearly looks like a word processor embedded into a web page. It integrates with ASP.Net through a .Net component that you simply drop on an ASPX form.

Today I came across NicEdit, which converts a DIV or INPUT into a Rich Text control. Whereas Tiny and FCK combine edit field and menus into a single block, Nic leaves the controls as they are, and provides a separate single menu bar for all controls on the page.

Have a look!

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