[Zope] WYSIWYG HTML applets to get rid of the textareas for HTML
Mon, 14 May 2001 07:49:45 +0100
--On 11 May 2001 13:15 -0700 Scott Chapman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I found a Java applet that allows you to edit HTML right in a web page,
> replacing a textarea with a WYSIWYG HTML editor. It occured to me that
> this would be a fabulous thing to use with Zope to do away with textarea
> inputs for HTML. Is anyone doing this?
> These tools are not free :-( but they are not very expensive either:
> Cross Platform (Java Applet) implementation of this. (This is the one I'm
> interested in):
> Windows tools that do this:
I put round a list of such widgets a while back:
and you've extended it - thanks. I had a more recent one that I shared
with the cms-list but their archive is down just now
( see http://www.camworld.com/cms/ for pointer).
> How would you make Zope serve up a java applet without having to run
> Apache just for applet serving?
> How hard would it be to make Zope put this type of stuff in the
> management pages where ever a text box is currently used to grab HTML
As Joachim has indicated this it is not a problem getting Zope
to work with applets.
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