License: Free to try
Downloads: 0
Op. System: Windows
Last updated: 18 Jul. 2010
File size: 1.42 MB
Publisher: K&K Software AG

Publisher description for kkHTMLEditor

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The kkHTMLEditor comes as an ActiveX component representing a fully functional HTML editor with WYSIWYG capablities. The depicted toolbar provides the basic formatting options for easy handling comparable to word procesing applications: You are free to disable any unwanted elements by your needs. The current editor's contents is accessible (read/write) at any time using the following properties: HTMLDocument: contains the entire HTML-file inclusive of the <HEAD>-tag HTMLDocumentBody: restricts to the contents of the document <BODY> TextDocumentBody: retrieves the plain text from the document <BODY> without HTML-tags      For extended formatting demands the component contains a series of dialogs providing tables, hyperlinks and color choosers. Moreover, the support of Cascading Stylesheets (CSS) allows usage of predefined styles. In doing so you are able to define a CSS file with your styles which is evaluated by the editor and presented to the user in a separate style-sheet-dialog (cf. picture). A documentation of user-side operation can be found in our user guide: CHM version - HTML version. Information how to use kkHTMLEditor in your own applications is summed up in the developer guide: CHM version - HTML version. Further screenshots can be found here. For a quick demonstration of kkHTMLEditor in your browser window check the online demonstration. System requirements The kkHTMLEditor control requires the Microsoft DHTML Editing Component provided by the libraries dhtmled.ocx and triedit.dll. These files are distributed with the Microsoft Internet Explorer or Microsoft Office and may not be redistributed separately. Therefore, an installation of Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 (or above) is required on each computer the kkHTMLEditor control is intended to operate. Printing functionality requires Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 (or above). This applies to development systems as well as end-user platforms. Example of use e.g. in MS Access: ' Loading HTML-Code to the Control Me!kkHTMLEditor1.HTMLDocumentBody = strWebsiteContent ' Optional: Assign root path for pictures and picture selection dialog Me!kkHTMLEditor1.SetHTMLBaseURL (strRootpath) ' Optional: Load CSS-File for formatting Me!kkHTMLEditor1.SetHTMLStyleFromFile (strCSSFile)

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