Monday, November 08, 2004

DHTML Calendar, WYSIWYG Editing in your Web Browser

A very useful DHTML calendar that can be in a popup window or appear near a button/link that you click. Appearance can be changed via CSS, and you can even navigate the calendar using the keyboard.

HTMLArea is also a very good tool as it allows you to do rich text editing within the browser (Internet Explorer and Firefox/Mozilla Browser). It relies on the browsers built in capabilities. There is also a plugin that generates standards compliant XHTML/CSS called XStandard. It generates compliant, accessible code without resorting to heavy use of JavaScript to clean up the code generated by Internet Explorer's built in editor (which is what HTMLArea is based on for IE).

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