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Using The WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) Editor
Modified on 2005-12-16
With the rich text editor, you are able to format your FAQ answers without using HTML tags, these include: bold, italic, underline, change font size, style & color, align left / center / right, make bullet or number list, indent / un-indent paragraphs, insert hyperlinks, add tables, add images, and insert horizontal line.
Please note that the WYSIWYG editor only functions in Internet Explorer 5.5 or above on Windows. This is because IE 5.5+ includes some functionalities to make sections of a web page editable by defining a 'contentEditable' or 'designMode' property. Unfortunately, there features are not available in other browsers yet, such as Netscape, Mozilla, Opera, MAC IE and etc. None of these browsers support 'contentEditable' or make an existing content in a page to be editable.
You can enter or modify text as well as using keyboard shortcuts and toolbar buttons to perform operations on your FAQ contents. Pressing <ENTER>will start a new paragraph, and leaves a blank line. For single line break, press <ENTER> + <SHIFT>. The outline of the non-border tables can be previewed by checking the 'Show Guide' option at the bottom of the editor.
To insert an image into your content:
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