Coming Up for Air

TinyMCE Support in the Sandbox

Monday, April 16, 2007 |

I have just committed preliminary support for the TinyMCE JavaScript HTML editor. There are parts that still don’t work correctly, but it’s a good start.

This example markup:

<h3>Normal editor</h3>
<risb:htmlEditor rows="10" cols="85"  value="#{testBean.editorValue}"/>
<h3>Simplified editor</h3>
<risb:htmlEditor rows="10" cols="85" value="#{testBean.editorValue}" themeStyle="simplified"/>
<h3>Full editor</h3>
<risb:htmlEditor rows="10" cols="85" value="#{testBean.editorValue}" themeStyle="full"/>

gets you this:

title: "'HtmlEditor Screenshot'

Hopefully, I’ll get full support for the editor, but I can’t make promises on how quickly that will happen, this being mostly a lunch-time project.

If you’d like to influence the direction this component goes, now’s the time to speak up! :)



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