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This is a simple html editor for .NET applications

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This is a simple html editor

Sample Image - HtmlEditor.jpg


Sorry by my poor english. It is a symple WYSIWYG editor to insert html code in our applications.


  • WYSIWYG Editor using the DHTML Editor of Internet Explorer
  • Edit mode / Browse mode / Source code editor
        [Description("Is ReadOnly.")]
        public bool IsEditable {
            get { return this.edit.IsDesignMode; }
            set { this.edit.IsDesignMode = value; }

        [Description("Edit mode / Browse mode.")]
        public bool ShowToolbar {
            get {
                if (this.splitContainer1.SplitterDistance < 30) return false;
                else return true;
            set {
                if (value == true) this.splitContainer1.SplitterDistance = 30;
                else this.splitContainer1.SplitterDistance = 0;

Text in bold:
     this.edit.Document.execCommand("bold", false, null);

Why HtmlEditor?

Because its free. Because you can modified.


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About the Author

Javier Lema
Software Developer (Senior)
Spain Spain
Hi, My name is Javier Lema, i work in galicia (spain) as c#, php analist.

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