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I have learned from googling that html text area do not recognize hyperlinks. I am using stuts html:textarea in my code which eventually render the regular html text area to the browser. Is this correct to use ruch text area for this ? Please correct me if I am correct. [ October 10, 2008: Message edited by: Vani Bandargal ]
I do have few more questions on this. 1. I downloaded the FCKeditor 2.6.3 and not the FCKeditor.Java. Is this correct? 2. Is this OK only to copy the js file to my project or do I need to copy all the files available in that zip on to my project?
I could have done the same using FCKEditor too and felt that TinyMCE is easier to integrate.
Basically I needed to achieve 2 things in our text area 1. Allow some basic formatting features(like bold, underline...) 2. Render a Clickabale links.
#1 is resolved since with TinyMCE, the normal text area we had before is now a rich text area whih allows all formatting. #2 is not completely resolved but still OK with some work around It is not possible to have clickable links directly in any editor(rich text editor) be it be using FCKeditor or TinyMCE or some other tool. One has to hold Ctl key + click in order for a link to work.
Other way for clickable links would be through preview option available in rich text editor. We are OK with this now
[ October 15, 2008: Message edited by: Vani Bandargal ]
[ October 15, 2008: Message edited by: Vani Bandargal ] [ October 15, 2008: Message edited by: Vani Bandargal ]