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Redactor

Redactor 1.2.6

The Redactor jQuery plugin transforms regular textareas into WYSIWYG editors, allowing site users to enter and style their text as they see fit. Redactor was built to be used as a basic rich text editor, yet it has slowly evolved from a nice open source...

UEditor

UEditor 1.4.3.1 updated

The editor was developed by the development department at Baidu, and was built to load as fast as possible without slowing down a page.What is new in this release:Data synchronization to lose focus on the implementation, you can no longer use sync method...

KindEditor

KindEditor 4.1.10

Written in pure JavaScript, the editor doesn't need any external library like jQuery or MooTools.KindEditor is easy to integrate with server side languages such as Perl, Java, .NET, PHP, ASP, Python and Ruby.Features:Lightweight -only 30KB after...

jQuery.Markbar works just like any other RTE (Rich Text Editor), overtaking a textarea and adding a formatting toolbar on top.jQuery.Markbar previews entered text in real-time, based on what buttons a user pushes to format it.The buttons on the toolbar...

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WysiBB

WysiBB 1.5.1

There's no glaring difference between WysiBB and any other WYSIWYG editor, except the markup used under the hood to store details about text formatting.All the styling controls are there, along with support for responsive layouts,a much needed feature,...

jHtmlArea

jHtmlArea 0.8.0

jHtmlArea allows developers to replace standard textareas with a richly-formatted GUI that allows users to edit the text inside it with Word-like controls.The editor works with all modern browsers and is very lightweight compared to other similar...

In case as a developer you really like working with Bootstrap, there's a commonly used UI component that's missing from the framework, and that's the WYSIWYG editor.The "bootstrap-wysiwyg" jQuery plugin adds support for this component in Bootstrap,...

It features syntax highlighting in real-time.The developer can create as many editors as he wants within his HTML page.When put into a form, the contents can be submitted, e.g. to be written to a file.Generally, code editing should work on Windows with...

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wytiwym-editor stands for "What You Type Is What You Mean."As its name hints, wytiwym-editor is a little bit different from classic WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editors.The editor leaves the writer to his text, showing styling controls only when...