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Project Summary

Loki will transform any textarea entry field into a "what you see is what you get" (WYSIWYG) editor.

Loki is different from other open source browser-based WYSIWYG editors in its focus on web standards compliance and in its encouragement of semantic markup.

It is currently compatible with Internet Explorer and Gecko-based browsers (e.g. Firefox). Support is being added for Safari 3 and Opera 9.

The best place to go with any questions is the Loki installers discussion group. (Installers is our term for people who wish to use Loki in an application to distinguish them from users, the people who simply use Loki to create and edit documents.)

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editor html javascript semantic wysiwyg xhtml

In a Nutshell, Loki HTML Editor...

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These details are provided for information only. No information here is legal advice and should not be used as such.

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JavaScript
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XML
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6 Other
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30 Day Summary

Jul 11 2020 — Aug 10 2020

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Aug 10 2019 — Aug 10 2020

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