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found out that the htmlText of the RTE is no "real" HTML :((((
There are several blogs in the net who recommend to use instead the fckeditor ( http://www.fckeditor.net/) in a iframe. Currently I don´t know how to use it, but I am pretty sure I will figure it out ;)
Maybe someone from Adobe can give me/us a statement if there are any planned changes for the RTE with "real" HTML support. (If Adobe change it, it may break current implementations and already saved data structures. )
So if you like to use the htmltext property of the RTE, be aware that the produced html can not be used anywhere else!!!!!!!!!
as far as I know RTE is using regular textArea for input and as doc says it takes regular html,
what do you mean by :
RTE is no "real" HTML?
is it different markup, something like BBCode?
the htmlText needs html, which contains the font size in pixel and not in the normal used 1-7 ( * xx-small | x-small | small | medium | large | x-large | xx-large ).
Also if you insert text and get the string from htmltext, it contains a lot of unwanted tags and still the font-size is used as pixel.
Some links for more information/external blogs:
- Block in Black
- HTML frustration
Nevertheless at least for the set htmltext a string which contain HTML+CSS can be used.
( but if I call get htmltext the same , for my use "unusable" html is returned.)
A solution for my problem might be to write a own HTML Parser, which extracts the html as I needed it, but it would be easier to use another RTE for it.