The Editor allows you to create rich textual content through a What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get (WYSIWYG) interface and generate component value as an XHTML markup.
|The Editor supports an inactive, read-only state.
|Modes of operation
|You can render the Editor in its
classic or the
|The component provides a predefined collection of user interaction tools.
|The Editor allows you to work with standard range objects that provide a polyfill for Internet Explorer versions which do not fully support them.
|The component provides two ways of picking an image—by pasting an URL of an image or by browsing a list of predefined files and directories.
|The Editor allows users to select a section of text and copy its formatting (font, size, color, and so on) and apply it to another section within the content.
|You can also add HTML elements to the Editor that cannot be modified by the user.
|The Editor accepts content that users paste from HTML and Microsoft (MS) Word documents.
|If the Editor is within a
<form> element, the convenient moment to post-process its content is right before the
<form> is posted to the server in the
|Preventing cross-site scripting
|The Editor provides options for addressing security risks that can be caused by allowing the users to enter the HTML of your site.
|Using the Table Wizard tool
|The Editor delivers the Table Wizard tool which enables the user to add and configure tables.
|The Editor supports a number of options for styling its appearance such as configuring its size, using the default styles, and adding custom styles.
- Getting Started with the Kendo UI Editor for jQuery
- Basic Usage of the Editor (Demo)
- Using the API of the Editor (Demo)