[Zope] FYI: Epoz 0.6 with CSS-Support

Maik Jablonski maik.jablonski at uni-bielefeld.de
Tue Oct 14 14:34:51 EDT 2003

Hi to all,

today I've released Epoz 0.6 - the CSS-Support-Release. If you ever used 
Epoz, you should upgrade. If not, you should have a look...:)

What is Epoz?

Epoz is a cross-browser-wysiwyg-editor for Zope/Plone/Silva etc. Epoz 
can easily be integrated into your own applications too (one line of code).

Where can I see a demo?


What has changed in 0.6?

  - Epoz renders now the wysiwyg-textarea with your given
css-styles. This gives you a more realistic feeling about
the look of your work (esp. in Plone). Many kudos to
Ariel Sebbag for the solution to a real problem!!!

- Fixed issue for from time to time disabled wysiwyg-areas on
Mozilla. Removed EpozTimeOut by a try-catch-poll in order
to get Mozilla working in wysiwyg-mode. Many thanks to
Guido Wesdorp for this idea!!!

- Improved Table-Popup: Now you can insert tables
with or without heads.

- Added nowrap-style around Epoz-Toolbar so buttons
won't break onto two lines.

Where can I buy Epoz?

Nowhere... Epoz is for free. Epoz is developed for the project 
e-teaching at university (powered by Bertelsmann-Foundation / Germany) at 
the University of Bielefeld as contribution to the Zope/Plone-Community 
and is released under the Zope Public License.

Where can I download Epoz?


Hope you like it...:)

Cheers, Maik

More information about the Zope mailing list