Rich-text editors, also known as online rich-text editors, are web components that allow users to edit and enter text within a web browser.
CKSource took its first steps in the far 2003, under the name “FredCK.com”, when Frederico Caldeira Knabben took the challenge to start a new and creative project. That project carried his initials and got named FCKeditor.very easy for users to create and edit tables for displaying data.
NicEdit is a WYSIWYG editor for websites. Its goal is to be as simple and fast as possible for users of your application. NicEdit is extremely lightweight and can be easily integrated in any site with minimal impact while providing visitors an effective means to express themselves in rich text.
BXE is a browser based Wysiwyg XML Editor – and that changes everything! You can edit now your content semantically and at the same time display it to your users and editors in its final form.
markItUp! is not meant to be a “Full-Features-Out-of-the-Box”-editor. Instead it is a very lightweight, customizable and flexible engine made to meet the developer’s needs in their CMSes, blogs, forums or websites. markItUp! is not a WYSIWYG editor, and it never will be.
This editor is designed to edit souce code files in a textarea. The main goal is to allow text formatting, search and replace and real-time syntax highlight (for not too heavy text).
Cross-Browser Rich Text Editor (“RTE” for short) is a free rich-text editor released under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 license. It’s a work based on the designModefunctionality introduced in Internet Explorer 5 and implemented in the Mozilla Rich Text Editing API. It just has basic features, so it’s perfect for individuals looking to add simple rich-text editing support.
The Rich Text Editor is a UI control that replaces a standard HTML textarea; it allows for the rich formatting of text content, including common structural treatments like lists, formatting treatments like bold and italic text, and drag-and-drop inclusion and sizing of images. The Rich Text Editor’s toolbar is extensible via a plugin architecture so that advanced implementations can achieve a high degree of customization.
This is the first rich text editor for silverlight and supports various well known features. This is all font formatting silverlight does support, including SUB/SUP formatting, homogenous underlining of multi-font-selections, blockquotes, unordered lists, block alignment, insertion of custom framework elements, secure content serialization, find&replace with regular expressions, clipboard support for formatted text, integrated scroll viewer, custom design, macros and many more.
Dijit’s Rich Text editor, dijit.Editor, is a text box on steroids, designed to look and work like a word processor. The editor features a toolbar, HTML output, and a plugin architecture that supports new commands, new buttons and other new features.
WYMeditor is a web-based WYSIWYM (What You See Is What You Mean) XHTML editor (not WYSIWYG).
Whizzywig aims to provide the best compromise between small footprint, features and extensibility in a web based HTML editor. It supports all the main formatting features: bold, italics, headings etc. as well image and link insertion and tables.
Finally, a free open source cross-browser WYSIWYG editor that’s packed with every rich-text editing feature you need.
XStandard is the leading standards-compliant WYSIWYG editor for desktop applications and Web-based content management systems.
Xinha is Open Source, and we take this seriously. There is no company that owns the source but a community of professionals who just want Xinha to be the best tool for their work.
The Cross-Browser Rich Text Editor (RTE) is based on the designMode() functionality introduced in Internet Explorer 5, and implemented in Mozilla 1.3+ using the Mozilla Rich Text Editing API.
Web Wiz Rich Text Editor is a powerful WYSIWYG HTML Editor that can turn your sites textareas’s into HTMLarea’s with just 4 lines of code!! Have a look below to see just a few of the over 100 features available.
The key feature of the RTE is to support WYSIWYG along with the following generic feature set below. The key goal has been to encapsulate all the complex functionality of web based rich text editing into a single control.