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My question is that i am developing a information website which is content management based. Menubar can be created by back-end .Now while adding content i want options where user(or manager) can make text bold /italic/ and underline etc.Which generally in any contenet management system are there. Where can i get that add-on component.And how to insert into our page?. For example When we click on compose option of yahoo mail there are such options .can we also insert something like that in our website?...

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    Default Regarding content management

    My question is that i am developing a information website which is content
    management based. Menubar can be created by back-end .Now while adding
    content i want options where user(or manager) can make text bold /italic/
    and underline etc.Which generally in any contenet management system are there.
    Where can i get that add-on component.And how to insert into our page?.
    For example When we click on compose option of yahoo mail there are such
    options .can we also insert something like that in our website?

    hellofriend Guest

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    Default Re: Regarding content management

    Yes you can. Here is an extension that you can add to Dreamweaver and it will insert this component directly into the page.
    http://www.interaktonline.com/Products/KTML/Overview/
    murpg Guest

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    Default Re: Regarding content management

    I think you're looking for something like a WYSIWYG-Editor :). My favorite is http://tinymce.moxiecode.com/, but there are lot of others "out there".

    so long
    Ole
    (8-)>
    Ole Guest

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