July 19, 2009 at 4:30 am #25504
I’m trying to make a form of a rich text editor. Yes it may sound a bit overvelming but I’m not trying to make the whole thing. My idea is that on a click of a button you’ll insert a <img src="" alt="" class="small" /> into your text field. Is this possible with jquery? If so, do anybody have an idea on how to do it.
I also have another problem, when you type something in a standard textbox and save it to a database dubble brakes like this:
Don’t appear. How can I solve this problem? At the moment I insert <p></p> by had but that’s not convenient. Does someone know how to fix these problems?
Thank you in advance. :DJuly 22, 2009 at 5:03 pm #61244
I have also tryed to use "append" to the textfield, but it did not work. Is there any other way to add stuff (text) to a textfield?July 22, 2009 at 5:45 pm #61245
falkencreativeMemberJuly 23, 2009 at 9:21 am #61199
My first thought was to use a prebuilt. But I didn’t like the design and it didn’t fit with my theme. I also like to keep it simple and make it from scratch. ;)July 23, 2009 at 4:13 pm #61180
davesgonebananasMember"asp" wrote:My first thought was to use a prebuilt. But I didn’t like the design and it didn’t fit with my theme. I also like to keep it simple and make it from scratch. ;)
In the same way that growing your own wheat and processing it into food is "simpler" than buying a box of Cheerios? :roll:
Making from scratch is rarely simpler, quicker and cheaper than using an existing solution if that solution is of a good quality, open source and in common usage on the net.
In addition to the above I can recommend Yahoo! Rich Text Editor. It comes in several versions including a lightweight one and is fully skin-able, like all the YUI components, so you should be able to integrate it into your site.July 24, 2009 at 10:02 am #61171Quote:In the same way that growing your own wheat and processing it into food is "simpler" than buying a box of Cheerios? :roll:
Get your point :D I’ll see if I can’t digg in on the Yahoo solutin.
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