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  • Re: why are span tags added when applying classes from the dropdown menu in CE6.6?

    The span tag is added so that an inline style can be inserted. If you want to add a style to a div select the div and then access the Properties window and add the appropriate style ID or name so that the called style is applied to the div.
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by davidlockett on February 20, 2010
  • Empty div tags

    When a div tag is emptied it sometimes disappears from a page completely, which can be inconvenient and confuses users.&nbsp;Div tags can be positively deleted by selecting an appropriate button within the interface or a pop up menu, so would it be possible for the editor to have a feature which ensures that there is always at least a single ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for PHP (Forum) by davidlockett on February 17, 2010
  • Use of negative positioning symbol within margin fields.

    It would be ideal if the Margin Left, Right, Top and Bottom fields within the layer Properties window permitted the use of the -(minus) symbol, as this is frequently used to help position some divs within pages. I am presently having to access the code view to to enter these dimensions as the fields only appear to accept numerals. The - symbol ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for PHP (Forum) by davidlockett on January 27, 2010
  • Re: Weird effect within a paragraph

    Sorry, this was due to something that we were doing.
    Posted to Cute Editor for PHP (Forum) by davidlockett on January 27, 2010
  • Weird effect within a paragraph

    I am publishing the following code in a page created within the editor and experiencing the effect described below. &nbsp;Note the yellow highlighted space shoown in the top paragraph, which is the code as seen within the editor, and the same point in the code highlighted in the second paragraph, which is the source code from the published page. ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for PHP (Forum) by davidlockett on January 25, 2010
  • Accidental deletion of div tags

    A potentialy valuable feature within the editor would be if it were not possible to accidentally delete opening and closing div tags and the related tag attributes by scrolling over and deleting text in the WYSIWYG interface that contains a div tag, thereby protecting the div tags from being accidentally deleted by a user who is editing text. Div ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for PHP (Forum) by davidlockett on January 22, 2010
  • Re: Beta testers

    The URl is http://www.westcoast.com.au/editor
    Posted to Cute Editor for PHP (Forum) by davidlockett on December 19, 2009
  • Beta testers

    We have been working with the PHP version of Cute Editor for a while now and have found it to be brilliant. We have developed a version to help create, manage and edit pages at our website and to also enable clients to create and edit pages within their own accounts and we are now ready to start beta testing.&nbsp;We would appreciate any ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for PHP (Forum) by davidlockett on December 19, 2009
  • absolute layers margin-left

    The editor would have substantially increased value in creating page layouts if the user had the option to nominate that a dragged absolutely positioned div use the attribute position: margin-left; instead of the currently applied attribute position: left; to locate the div on the page. &nbsp;The reason for this is that within center aligned ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for PHP (Forum) by davidlockett on December 19, 2009
  • Text size

    I have noticed that the editor does not display the current font size when the Properties window is re accesses after previosuly setting the font size through the window. This is not a major issue although it would be of value to have the existing font size displayed when the setting for a span are re accessed through the Properties ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for PHP (Forum) by davidlockett on August 27, 2009
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