NET Win HTML Editor Control
|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||WinXP, WinVista, WinVista x64, Win7 x32, Win7 x64, WinServer, WinNT 4.x|
|File size:||5.8 MB|
|Publisher:||SpiceLogic Technologies INC|
Publisher description for NET Win HTML Editor Control
SpiceLogic INC. offers a WYSIWYG HTML/XHTML Editor Control for developing Windows Applications targetting .NET 2.0/3.0/3.5/4.0 compatible with Visual Studio 2005/2008/2010. You can use this control for developing windows applications like Web Page Content editor, full Web Page editor, email message composer or any application that uses a rich formatted text editor for your user. The editor comes with many HTML editing tools. You can customize all of the items in the toolbars. Even if you do not want to use the default factory items and instead use your own, this control provides you an user friendly interface to build your own toolbar items. All the factory toolbar items are fully customizable and Html value properties are optimized for Data Binding. This control enables you to use your own toolbars as all toolbar item functionalities can be implemented externally using the rich set of public methods. It is featured with many useful public properties, methods, and events like HTML Changed event, Pasting Event etc. Methods available for getting or setting Caret position by Points; Word Wrap property (GET/SET); Read Only property (GET/SET); Scrollbar visibility properties (GET/SET); Methods available for getting or setting the Scrollbar position by Point. A good spell checker, rich CSS GUI Editor etc are just built in. Features includes but not limited to: Fully customizable context menu; Two editing modes available - WYSIWYG design mode and Raw Html source mode; Supports Relative URLs for Image src, Hyperlinks hrefs etc; HTML can be retrieved as plain old HTML or XHTML or XML; It ca n Generates clean <span> tags for font elements; GUI Dialog for Table Insert/Update. GUI Search dialog; Property available for choosing Single Line Break or Paragraph on Enter key response; Embedding local images and sending as an email is just one method call.