XStandard Lite 3.0.0

The XStandard Lite application is the leading standards-compliant WYSIWYG editor for desktop applications and Web-based content management systems. For desktop appliations, use XStandard in Visual Studio, Access, VB and VC++.

XStandard Lite 3.0.0

The XStandard Lite application is the leading standards-compliant WYSIWYG editor for desktop applications and Web-based content management systems. For desktop appliations, use XStandard in Visual Studio, Access, VB and VC++. For Web-based applications, XStandard runs in IE, Firefox, Safari and Opera. XStandard generates valid XHTML, and uses CSS for formatting to ensure the clean separation of content from presentation. The editor is keyboard-accessible and markup generated by XStandard meets the most demanding accessibility requirements. XStandard's latest cool feature is Images As Text (foolproof authoring of alternate text for images). FEATURES: Easy-to-use interface XStandard's streamlined toolbar is a refreshing alternative to the dizzy array of toolbar buttons/controls seen in most WYSIWYG editors. XStandard is able to offer more functionality with a tighter toolbar because advanced functionality is available through the context menu and the Styles drop-down menu. Also, since content in XStandard is formatted through CSS, some toolbar buttons/controls used by other editors are completely unecessary. A genuine XHTML editor, not an HTML editor with code clean-up routines Most WYSIWYG editors are just JavaScript wrappers around the editing control built into many browsers such as the MSHTML control found in Internet Explorer. These types of editor (which generate HTML and then run code clean-up routines against it) have significant limitations. By contrast, XStandard is built from the ground up to be a true XHTML editor in its own right. Supports authoring definition lists XStandard is one of the few editors that support authoring of definition lists. XStandard also has unique features that make authoring defintion lists easier, including the ability to sort items in the list. XHTML generated by XStandard can be parsed by XML parsers Use off-the-self XML technologies like DOM, SAX and XSLT to further process markp generated by XStandard. Your CMS can do this before content is saved to the database, or in a batch process. See an example of how to load content generated by XStandard into an XML DOM parser. Makes applying CSS quick and easy Applying the correct formatting is fast and accurate using XStandard's drop-down "Styles" menu that generates the markup that references CSS. User-friendly style names speed the authoring process.

   



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