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          <td class="label">Version:</td><td>3.0</td>
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          <td class="label">Release:</td><td>RC3 (<a href="release-notes.html">release notes</a>)</td>
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          <td class="label bline">Compiled at:</td><td class="bline">Jan , 2005 [23:43] GMT</td>
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          <td class="label">SourceForge page:</td><td><a href="http://sf.net/projects/itools-htmlarea/">http://sf.net/projects/itools-htmlarea/</a></td>
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    <h1>HTMLArea -- the free<br/>customizable online editor</h1>

    <p>
      HTMLArea is a free, customizable online editor.  It works inside your
      browser.  It uses a non-standard feature implemented in Internet
      Explorer 5.5 or better for Windows and Mozilla 1.3 or better (any
      platform), therefore it will only work in one of these browsers.
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    <p>
      HTMLArea is copyright <a
      href="http://interactivetools.com">InteractiveTools.com</a> and <a
      href="http://dynarch.com">Dynarch.com</a> and it is
      released under a BSD-style license.  HTMLArea is created and developed
      upto version 2.03 by InteractiveTools.com.  Version 3.0 developed by
      <a href="http://dynarch.com/mishoo/">Mihai Bazon</a> for
      InteractiveTools.  It contains code sponsored by third-party companies as well.
      Please see our About Box for details about who sponsored what plugins.
    </p>

    <h2><a href="examples/">Online demos</a></h2>

    <ul>

      <li><a href="examples/core.html">HTMLArea standard</a> -- contains the core
        editor.</li>

      <li><a href="examples/table-operations.html">HTMLArea + tables</a> --
        loads the <tt>TableOperations</tt> plugin which provides some extra
        editing features for tables.</li>

      <li><a href="examples/spell-checker.html">HTMLArea + spell checher</a>
        -- loads the <tt>SpellChecker</tt> plugin which provides what its
        name says: a spell checker.  This one requires additional support on
        the server-side.</li>

      <li><a href="examples/full-page.html">HTMLArea Full HTML Editor</a> --
        loads the <tt>FullPage</tt> plugin which allows you to edit a full
        HTML page, including &lt;title&gt;, &lt;!DOCTYPE...&gt; and some
        other options.</li>

      <li><a href="examples/context-menu.html">HTMLArea with Context
          Menu</a> -- this plugin provides a nice and useful context menu.</li>

      <li><a href="examples/fully-loaded.html">HTMLArea fully loaded</a> --
        all of the above. ;-)</li>

    </ul>

    <h2>Installation</h2>

    <p>
      Installation is (or should be) easy.  You need to unpack the ZIP file
      in a directory accessible through your webserver.  Supposing you
      unpack in your <tt>DocumentRoot</tt> and your <tt>DocumentRoot</tt> is
      <tt>/var/www/html</tt> as in a standard RedHat installation, you need
      to acomplish the following steps: (the example is for a Unix-like
      operating system)
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cd /var/www/html
unzip /path/to/archive/HTMLArea-3.0-RC3.zip
mv HTMLArea-3.0-RC3 htmlarea
find htmlarea/ -type f -exec chmod 644 {} \;
find htmlarea/ -type d -exec chmod 755 {} \;
find htmlarea/ -name "*.cgi" -exec chmod 755 {} \;</pre>

    <p>
      <strong>Notes.</strong> You may chose to symlink "htmlarea" to "HTMLArea-3.0-RC3", in which case your server needs to be configured to
      "<tt>FollowSymLinks</tt>".  You need to make sure that *.cgi files are
      interpreted as CGI scripts.  If you want to use the SpellChecker
      plugin you need to have a recent version of Perl installed (I
      recommend 5.8.0) on the server, and the module Text::Aspell, available
      from CPAN.  More info in "<a
      href="plugins/SpellChecker/readme-tech.html">plugins/SpellChecker/readme-tech.html</a>".
    </p>

    <p>About how to setup your pages to use the editor, please read the
      [outdated yet generally valid] <a
        href="reference.html">documentation</a>.</p>

    <h2>Status and links</h2>

    <p>HTMLArea has reached version 3.0.  As of this version, it
      supports:</p>

    <ul>

      <li>Customizable toolbar</li>

      <li>Easy internationalization</li>

      <li>Plugin-based infrastructure</li>

      <li>Delivers W3-compliant HTML (with few exceptions)</li>

      <li>Has a subset of Microsoft Word's keyboard shortcuts</li>

      <li>Full-screen editor</li>

      <li>Advanced table operations (by external plugin
        "TableOperations")</li>

      <li>Spell checker (by external plugin "SpellChecker")</li>

      <li>probably more... ;-)</li>

    </ul>

    <p>We have a <a
    href="http://sourceforge.net/projects/itools-htmlarea/">project page</a>
    at <a href="http://sourceforge.net">SourceForge.net</a>.  There you can
    also find out <a href="http://sourceforge.net/cvs/?group_id=69750">how
    to retrieve the code from CVS</a>, or you can <a
    href="http://cvs.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/itools-htmlarea">browse
    the CVS online</a>.  We also have a <a
    href="http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?atid=525656&group_id=69750&func=browse">bug
    system</a>, a <a
    href="http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?atid=525658&group_id=69750&func=browse">patch
    tracking system</a> and a <a
    href="http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?atid=525659&group_id=69750&func=browse">feature
    request page</a>.</p>

    <p>We invite you to say everything you want about HTMLArea <a
    href="http://www.htmlarea.com/forum/">on the
    forums</a> at InteractiveTools.com.  There you should also find the
    latest news.</p>

    <h2>"It doesn't work, what's wrong?"</h2>

    <p>If it doesn't work, you have several options:</p>

    <ul>

      <li>Post a message to the forum.  Describe your problem in as much
      detail as possible.  Include errors you might find in the JavaScript
      console (if you are a Mozilla user), or errors displayed by IE (though
      they're most of the times useless).</li>

      <li>If you're positive that you discovered a bug in HTMLArea then feel
      free to fill a bug report in our bug system.  If you have the time you
      should check to see if a similar bug was reported or not; it might be
      fixed already in the CVS ;-) If you're positive that a similar bug was
      not yet reported, do fill a bug report and please include as much
      detail as possible, such as your browser, OS, errors from JavaScript
      console, etc.</li>

      <li>If you want a new feature to be implemented, post it on the
      features request and someone will hopefully take care of it.</li>

    </ul>

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