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Microsoft's Internet Explorer version 5.5 and up supports a very useful feature called contenteditable. ContentEditable enables easy in-place editing of HTML by just setting an attribute or property.

At this moment Mozilla lacks this feature though there is a patch available from XopusEditor for v0.9x. There are plans to incorporate the patch in Mozilla version 1.1.

If I recall correctly, DotEdit uses ContentEditable.

-- MattWilkie - 04 Jun 2002

O' Reilly is keeping partial track for us...


... but they don't mention htmlArea...


Note: In-browser editors tend to break on "enhanced" browsers despite the browsers using the IE MSHTML engine. (Netcaptor, for example).

-- LeeBottemiller - 26 Jan 2003

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