Despite the existence of many implementations of HTML editors, most of them resorted to references to the MSHTML library, non-managed code, or calls to the native system functions via P/Invoke.
This editor was created to eliminate this dependence, using only managed code and the implementation of the
WebBrowser included in the .NET Framework.
To overcome the lack of certain features (access to
Using the code
Using the editor is very simple, because its interface is similar to the
RichTextBox control; just include it in your form to access the functions and properties that it provides.
The code includes three events useful to develop a full text editor:
ContentChanged (invoked when you change the edited HTML),
UpdateUI (invoked when you should update the design buttons as bold or italic), and
HotkeyPress (invoked when the user presses any key with Ctrl, Alt, or Shift, useful for setting your own hotkeys).
By default, the control works with UTF-8 text.
WebBrowser. Each time you edit a new document, they are added to the header of the document to be used during execution.
range.moveStart('character', -0x7FFFFFFF); return range.text.length-length;
range.moveStart('character', -0x7FFFFFFF); range.moveStart('character', start);
if (strFound) findRange.select();
Points of Interest
The editor is still not complete; yet to implement an undo and redo system, more testing, and improving the functionality