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Add and Remove Class to tags

Thread began 8/02/2012 9:54 am by jon392819 | Last modified 8/02/2012 1:41 pm by Jason Byrnes | 402 views | 1 replies |

jon392819

Add and Remove Class to tags

Hi Guys, I have a style sheet attached to the editor which displays the styles perfectly while in the editor.

This works when the html tags have the correct class assigned to it.

Is it possible to setup the edito so a person can add and maybe delete a class from a tag by selecting the tag in the editors status bar (select bar at bottom of editor, may not have the correct name here).

At present the editor enters inline styles to the tag, I would like the class name instead.

Hope this makes sense.

Many thanks

Jon

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

edit the HTML Editor instance, click the edit icon next to the Preset list.

On the styles tab, click the edit icon to edit the styles listed in the styles menu

In the top section of the screen, it will show the style names.

The bottom section allows you to specify the attributes applied when the style is selted.

click the plus button and you select Tag Attribute. For Setting, enter "class" and for the value enter the name of the class you would like to apply

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