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HTML Editor - where do I begin?

Thread began 3/21/2014 4:36 pm by turk361661 | Last modified 3/24/2014 1:02 pm by Jason Byrnes | 200 views | 3 replies |

turk361661

HTML Editor - How do I add spell check.

I am using the html Editor in my Client's admin part of their site. I set it up originally in 2012. They use it to add new product descriptions to their site. They want to add ability to spell check the content they type into the Editor. I have not used Datassist in while. I know I'm not up to date. But I'm lost on where to start. Please point me in the right direction? Wasn't sure how complicated this type of change will be.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

your screen shot indicates that this was created with the old version of iRite, and that iRite is not isntalled in Dreamweaver.

to edit the iRite instance, you will need to have iRite installed.


Personally, I would remove the iRite code form this page, upgrade to Data Bridge, and use the new version of Data Bridge to add the new version of HTML Editor to the page. When configuring HTML, in the preset editor, you will options to enable spell checking.

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turk361661

thanks for your quick response. I have a couple more questions:
1. I agree and am interested in upgrading. Will the upgrade to Data Bridge require me to redo all my admin set-up? Or will I only need to focus on swapping out iRite for the HTML Editor offered in DataBrdige? Just trying to get an idea of how much I will need to re-configure when I make the up grade to Data Bridge.

2. Does the HTML editor included in Data Bridge include common symbols such as Registered trademark, copyright, and TM?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

1) You should not need to redo the admin section, only replace the iRite files with the newer HTML editor.

2) When adding an HTML editor instance, you can select to include the insert special characters tool in the tool bar.

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