|Source Code Available
||August 24, 2008
||September 05, 2008
||1.x, 2.0, 3.0
Cross-browser/ cross-platform WYSIWYG editor TEXTAREA replacement for Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox/Firebird, Safari and Netscape. Enables anybody to create, edit and post website content with WYSIWYG editing, CSS style sheet support and Drag & Drop editing without the need to download and install anything on the client side.
Integration with Aspell software allows for spell check in 44+ languages. Internationalisation gives easy access to translate the web content editor to other languages than English (French, German, Spanish, Czech, Slovak and Danish language version included as default). The editor automatically detects the user's language preferences and automatically selects the preferred language for each individual user. (ASP, ASP.NET, JSP, PHP or ColdFusion versions included). Toolbar buttons also allow for right-to-left editing to be enabled for languages such as Arabic and Hebrew.
New in v6.0:
* Apple Mac OS X Safari support (Mac OS X Tiger - Safari 2.0.1 or newer).
* 7 different skins to choose from.
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Reviewed by: thong_pp on Sunday, August 24, 2008
complicated to install
Reviewed by: kaftaruk on Thursday, February 08, 2007
Really, really poor and complicated developer guide. We couldn't install it in any way. Customer support? Unclear answers ...
Reviewed by: ryanz on Wednesday, January 12, 2005
Very flexible - with the numerous configuration options we were able to configure the Hardcore editor to work with our own message board in no time. And the price is much lower than other WYSIWYGs on the market.
Reviewed by: funkyb on Wednesday, June 16, 2004
We have used this WYSIWYG editor for most of the client websites we have built so far and it is absolutely great.
There are lots of features that can easily be enabled or disabled, it is very user friendly and it just works.
An added bonus is that when you purchase the editor it is delivered with the source code at no extra cost. We found that the source code was very well structured so we could easily adapt it to our needs.
Does actually work on both Mozilla and IE
Reviewed by: robssmith on Saturday, January 31, 2004
Not free, but good editor, which actually does work well on both Mozilla and IE!!