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EditLive!

EditLive! is a cross-platform, browser-based Web content editor with a Word-like WYSIWYG interface. Key features include a live spell checker and advanced table and nested list support. It produces content that complies with Section 508 and W3C accessibility, key XHTML and CSS standards. It is designed for use with Web content management, knowledge management, and e-learning applications. Integrations for major CMS platforms and business solutions including IBM Workplace Web Content Management, Vignette, EMC (Documentum), Percussion, FileNet, Open Text, Ektron, Ingeniux, Stellent, vCampus, and Schoolwires are also available.

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Recent releases

  •  28 Jan 2004 22:28

    Release Notes: Faster performance, a new look-and-feel, block and inline styles support, improved table rendering, a new table selection model, enhanced image-text layout, text highlighting, row and column properties, list properties, design/source tabs, spelling "Add to Dictionary", strikethrough, and show/hide table gridlines.

    •  05 Sep 2003 00:06

      Release Notes: This version now supports clients using Mac OS X, Windows, Linux, and Solaris. There are a new ASP.NET integration framework available, performance enhancements now allow developers to minimize load time, enhanced content formatting, including subscript and superscript, and find and replace. An expanded development API gives developers increased flexibility when integrating ELJ.

      •  07 Jul 2003 23:45

        Release Notes: A new "auto" option for returnBodyOnly, a new ability to remember passwords to the authentication dialog, a new debug level property to aid in troubleshooting integration, support for setting the vertical alignment of table cells, a new ability to specify the downloading message with Java 1.4.1 on Windows, and numerous bugfixes and performance improvements.

        Recent comments

        17 Aug 2005 12:33 AndrewRoberts

        Re: too bad


        > It looks like a very nice project but it

        > is outrageously expensive.

        Hi there, what is your pricing reference? We are not aware of any cheaper products that can match our feature set, support standards and product reliability. Our customers require high quality software - but that comes at a price.

        Regards, Marco Gabbiani

        16 Aug 2004 07:43 mungk

        too bad
        It looks like a very nice project but it is outrageously expensive.

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