Oliver Betz schrieb:
> Reini Urban wrote:
>>>And if the client's browser doesn't support it? My preferred browser
>>>is Opera at the moment because of the fast user interface.
>>Opera is also supported, I forgot to write.
> http://www.interactivetools.com/products/htmlarea/ states that the
> beta version supports IE 5.5+ and Mozilla 1.3+. And in fact, it
> didn't work with Opera 7.11 (didn't try 7.23) and IE5.0
newer operas should do it, as stated in the docs.
>>htmlarea has no requirements.
>>On an older browser it just uses the normal textarea field.
> but with HTML markup, I guess? Otherwise phpwiki had to check for
> htmlarea support and select what to present?
no, htmlarea already checks for supported browsers and if none is found
just the wikiMarkup in the textarea is used.
with htmelarea-enabled I add the original wikimarkup in a hidden div tag
after the textarea, so that htmlarea can switch betwween wysiwyg, raw
html and wiki mode.
> I still don't need it, although I admit that it's cool. If I would
> like to have functionality like this, I would set up a CMS, no wiki.
Initially I liked the UI and wanted to rewite htmlarea to support
I can still do it with the tools inside htmlarea,
but then the wikiformat couldn't be rendered. no wysiwyg.
but still the most promising option for me.