Rich Text Editor for ASP.NET is by far the fastest, easiest, most powerful WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) browser-based HTML Editor for ASP.NET. It enables ASP.NET Web developers to replace the Textarea/Textbox in your existing content management system with a powerful, but easy to use WYSIWYG HTML editing component. It empowers business users to make content updates easily and safely themselves while maintaining control over site design and content, all at an affordable price. Rich Text Editor toolbar is completely configurable and it is also effortless to implement. You just need a couple lines of code to add this editor to your applications.
Rich Text Editor for ASP.NET is a powerful, professional ASP.NET Server control that enables .Net developers to embed a word processor, similar to Microsoft Word into a web form or MVC page. This Web-based WYSIWYG Content Editing tool empowers business users with an intuitive, easy-to-use interface for creating and publishing web content. This documentation should provide everything you need to customize the Rich Tex tEditor control for your particular application.
Provides data for the Editor.UploadImage event.
Enumerates the browser type as detected by the HTTP headers sent by the browser.
Represents several predefined sets of context menus . These configurations are applied using Editor.ContextMenuMode property.
Enumerates the document type.
Represents editor mode (Design/Source/Preview).
Determines what happens when the "enter" key is pressed in the editor
Enumerates the manners in which the editor handles pasted text.
Represents several render modes for the editor control.
Specifies whether an editor can be resized and, if so, how it can be resized. Used by the ResizeMode property.
Enumerates the behavior when the "save" button is clicked in the editor.
Represents the text writing direction of the RichTextEditor control: left to right or right to left.
Specifies whether the URL should be converted to a site root relative path (/html/images/image1.gif) or an absolute path (http://www.mysite.com/images/image1.gif).