I need a control that will allow the user to do the basics: bold, italic, underline, strikeout, indenting, bullet points, images, hyperlinks, copy and paste change font and colors and thats about it. Nice to haves would be undo/redo, smilies, preview and paragraph alignment.
There are some really good controls out there (such as this one from Telerik), but the good ones cost money - serious money. The telerik control is US$395! I've got two websites I want to use the control in - initially just once on each site, and US$395 seems a little over the top - particularly given neither of these stiesa are businesses which will give a ROI. It makes the US$795 control kit (with 18 controls in it) look really attractive.
So what do other peolpe do? Do you fork out or make do with second rate stuff? Is there a good and reasonably priced control out there that I can get hold of that anyone knows about?
Comment by Hayley Smith, on 13-Feb-2007 08:31
Have you looked at FCKEditor? It's an open source control that we use.
Comment by Simone, on 13-Feb-2007 10:49
did you try FCKeditor? I was in the team that developed it.
If you need any help with it just ask
The url for FCKeditor is: http://www.fckeditor.net/
Comment by Ivan Porto Carrero, on 13-Feb-2007 12:07
Lately I like FCKEditor the best.
I use fckeditor in nblogr etc.
I would even choose it over the radeditor of telerik.
there is also freetextbox but that only works good on IE
Then there is tinyMCE http://tinymce.moxiecode.net
(url might be wrong)
Comment by Jonesie, on 14-Feb-2007 20:19
I recently used FreeTextbox on a small sports club home-made-CMS site and I found that it works realy well and was very easy to implement.
Comment by ahmed, on 22-May-2007 19:49
fckeditor.net is the best
u can easily integrate in your asp.net project
Comment by tcannon, on 4-Aug-2007 01:47
Did you ever implement a rich text control for ASP.Net 2.0?
If so, which one did you use?
Also, have you ever used a spell checker component?
Comment by sudders, on 7-Aug-2007 02:25
do you know of any that work with visual basic? most the examples i've seen are c# only
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