5.0 An open-source Wysiwyg HTML editor in .NET
A Wysiwyg (What you see is what you get) editor can be used
to let even the most novice computer user create rich-HTML based pages for use
in emails, web-sites, presentations, documents, and so forth.
To use this application, simply type into the window
provided. To generate the HTML code, press the ‘Code’ button in the toolbar.
You can reverse this action by pressing the ‘Design’ button. You can also
switch between design & code without re-generating code by using the tabs
provided underneath the main window. You can change the font style by selecting
some text and pressing the Font button. Also, It is possible to set the Font
colour by selecting text, and pressing the colour button. To insert an image,
you can right click on the design view, and select ‘Insert Image’ from the
context menu. Images can be positioned and scaled by clicking on them, and
dragging the small markers at the edge of the image.
Beyond these simple editing techniques, you can use the
following short-cut keys:
CTRL+N: New Window
And all this in just about 50 lines of C# code!
(Source code availabile in the book Network Programming in .NET
(Buy at Amazon UK)
(Buy at Amazon US)
, Chapter 4,