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  • Re: CuteEditor modifies pasted html code ?!

     Adam wrote: Can you paste your new HTML code? <table height=''100%'' cellSpacing=''0'' cellPadding=''0'' width=''100%'' bgColor=''#efefef'' border=''0'' valign=''center'' ID=''Table1''> <tr> <td vAlign=''bottom'' align=''center'' bgColor=''#efefef'' height=''55%''> <table height=''163'' ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by sebnunes on March 7, 2005
  • Re: Stylesheet default

    Great. So how do I go about doing that? I tried by changing the items inside the style tags (see below), but that didn't seem to have any effect. Please advise. Thanks, Kris. <style>   html, body, button, div, input, select, td, fieldset { font-family: arial; font-size: 11px; vertical-align: top;};   .colorPreview{ height:16px; ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for ASP (Forum) by Anonymous on March 4, 2005
  • Re: Relative vs. Absolute Paths with Images

    Hi Adam: I was a little confused by your response, I must be missing something.  Try the following using your demo: Open your editorSelect and delete everythingSelect/insert the 01.jpg from your image gallery (the clock)Immediately Submit You should see the following HTML : <img height=''75'' hspace=''0'' ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by barnest on February 22, 2005
  • Relative vs. Absolute Paths with Images

    Hi, I have an interesting problem.  I have a very simple demo with the following editor setup: <CE:EDITOR id=''Editor1'' RemoveServerNamesFromUrl=''false'' style=''Z-INDEX: 101; LEFT: 16px; POSITION: absolute; TOP: 8px'' runat=''server'' Width=''720px''> I want the absolute paths to come through in the html returned to the ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by barnest on February 22, 2005
  • Re: modify link

    andriex, Done! 1. Demo is here. 2. main.html <HTML> <HEAD> <SCRIPT> function getValue (field) { var r = showModalDialog('aDialog.html', field, 'dialogWidth:300px;dialogHeight:300px;center:1;'); if (typeof r != ''undefined'') field.value = r; } </SCRIPT> </HEAD> <BODY> <FORM ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by Adam on February 17, 2005
  • HTML not showing

    HalloI have assigned the Editor1.Text property with a string value but the problem is that the text is not showing up in the editor. I can see that the text property value have got the text in but no text is shown up in the editor. Any ideas why this is happening?  ?Editor1 {CuteEditor.Editor}     ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by on February 17, 2005
  • Dynamic Form Builder

    Adam, I am planing to use CuteEditor (.net version) as a dynamic forms builder. I noticed that someone else had trouble (Larskohsel from Denmark). Here is sample HTML created from CuteEditor <div><span>    <input id=''checkBox1'' start=''fileopen'' type=''checkbox'' height=''86981656'' maxLength=''2147483647'' ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by Viz_steve on February 11, 2005
  • Re: Text Wrap in editor area

    Here it is ...the code of the General.css Greetz Wim ----------------------------------- /* CSS Document */body {  font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;  font-size: 11px;  color: #000000;  background-color: #FFCC00;  margin-top: 0px;  margin-right: 0px;  margin-bottom: 0px;   ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for ASP (Forum) by Wim on February 3, 2005
  • Forms in text ?

    I have been playing around with the form elements of the editor, but I can't get it to work properly. I have tried to to catch the values of the form by: Dim formElement As New System.Web.UI.WebControls.LabelIf Request.Form.HasKeys Then For Each element As String In Request.Form formElement.Text += (element & '': '' & ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by Larskohsel on February 3, 2005
  • Re: Text Wrap in editor area

    Hello Adam, Sorry for the delay...  Here is the code: -------------------------------------------------------------- <!--#include file = ''../../cuteeditor/include_CuteEditor.asp'' --><% PageTitle = ''News Management Tool - Add Article'' %><!--#include file=''../../includes/strings.asp'' --> <!--#include ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for ASP (Forum) by Wim on February 2, 2005
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