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Create a Simple HtmlEditor in ASP.NET AJAX
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The PerHtmlEditor Control for ASP.NET AJAX is easy to use. And this online tutorial page will guide you how to create a simple HtmlEditor in aspx web page step by step.

Create an ASP.NET Web Application

To be first, we need to create an ASP.NET web application by doing the two steps listed below.
  1. From the Visual Studio 2010 File menu select New | Web Site.
  2. Select the "ASP.NET Web Site" and enter a name and location path.

Add HtmlEditor Control to Page

Before conducting the second step, please make sure that you have installed .NET Framework 3.5 or later versions to your ASP.NET application and that you have embedded all these necessary dlls from UI controls for ASP.NET AJAX to your web project.
  1. From the Toolbox drag an AjaxPanel component to the default web page.
  2. From the Toolbox drag an htmleditor component into the AjaxPanel.

Custom HtmlEditor Properties

In this section, we will show you how to configure the properties of HtmlEditor control.
  1. Click the PerHtmlEditor 's SmartTag in the Design view of the default web page.
  2. From the Smart Tag, choose Open Configuration Wizard.
  3. In the Tool tab, open the drop-down list of the tool field and select Default value. Then the default settings will be showed in the Tools.
  4. Click Ok and then the settings will be saved.
  5. Open the drop-down list of Skin field and select your desired skin style.
Now a simple HtmlEditor creating application has been finished and you can view the output of above HtmlEditor creating application from the attached image below.