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This document lists the main features of the DevExpress ASP.NET HTML Editor.
The designer provides quick access to the editor’s internal collections and properties that are related to the most commonly used features.
ASPxHtmlEditor automatically performs validation and is able to remove all potentially harmful code.
You can provide custom HTML markup validation logic. In addition, you can enable powerful content validation, which can be performed both on the client and the server.
Content Element Filtering
You can filter a particular tag, attribute, and style attribute elements.
ASPxHtmlEditor provides the capability to automatically format the pasted HTML content.
Syntax highlighting facilitates working with HTML markup.
Tables can be easily created and modified.
Insert Media Content
Explorer-like tools help simplify the way in which end-users insert images, documents, flash, audio, video, and YouTube video files to editor content.
Editor toolbar can be represented as a menu, as a ribbon, or as an external ribbon.
Placeholders (Mail Merge)
Placeholders allow end-users to create template documents, which then can be filled with required data, e.g., from a database.
The built-in tag inspector allows end-users to easily navigate through tag hierarchy and customize tag properties.
You can select the context menu type that you wish to be displayed for end-users: a browser’s context menu that provides commands specific to this browser, or the editor menu that provides common and context-specific operations. It is also possible to disable the context menu.
Import and Export
With ASPxHtmlEditor, you can import and export editor content from/to various document formats including Rich Text (.rtf), Office Open XML (.docx), MIME HTML (.mht), Open Document (.odt), Plain Text (.txt) and Portable Document (.pdf).
ASPxHtmlEditor provides end-users with built-in spell-checking capabilities.
Find and Replace
Using the search panel, text can easily be found in the editor content.
ASPxHtmlEditor can be maximized to occupy a browser’s entire client region.
Right to Left Support
The editor provides support for right-to-left languages like Arabic or Hebrew.