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Cute Editor for Classic ASP is by far the fastest, easiest, most powerful WYSIWYG browser-based Rich Text Editor for ASP applications. It also available for PHP and .NET.
It enables ASP Web developers to replace the Textarea in your existing content management system with a powerful, but easy to use ...
Hi, We bought this great editor a few months back and it's worked great for us.However, we now have a need for changing the way videos are embedded on the site.We have our own media player that we would like to use, but we cannot seem to find where to change the code generated when inserting videos and audio media. Have anyone else ...
Also, this works fine in FireFox 3 and is only a problem ...
Using Classical ASP version 6 (5 2007)
I had set up an editor, configured and tested paths for files (images, media...) management and everything worked fine.
Then I set the property CustomCulture = ''it-IT'' and the editor was (partially, I've to find the time to complete that work) translated but now everyone of the buttons used ...
This is a new install
CuteEditor_asp_6_asp_*__**** running on Windows Server 2003
Set editor = New CuteEditor
editor.ID = ''Editor1''
editor.Text = ''Type here''
editor.FilesPath = ...
ASP Classic is definitely not the focus. With updates and support, it certainly gives the feel of a dying/dead product.
Imagine my surprise when v6 came out.
As for some suggestions for updates, I would still like some Strict output. Call me a masochist, but I like having everything XHTML1 Strict Compliant. Maybe giving us the ...
I'm having a problem with the implementation of image selection. See this demo:
Basically, if you try to change an image and then cancel out of the gallery popup, the Editor.Text property has already been reset and is now empty so the original image no ...
We recently purchased CuteEditor for Classic ASP 6.0.
We looked at a lot of editors before choosing.
I am a bit baffled by the configuration process.
Let me first describe our folder structure: