5 Online Rich Text Editors built using jQuery

As defined in Wikipedia – “An Online rich-text editor presents a ‘what-you-see-is-what-you-get’ interface for editing rich text within web browsers. The aim is to reduce the learning curve associated with users trying to express their formatting directly as valid HTML markup.”

I was looking out for a few Rich Text Editors built on top of jQuery and here’s a compilation of the ones I found.

jHtmlArea - A simple, light weight, extensible WYSIWYG HTML Editor built on top of jQuery.

jQuery Rich Text Editor

markItUp - markItUp! is a JavaScript plugin built on the jQuery library. It allows you to turn any textarea into a markup editor.

jQuery Rich Text Editor

jWYSIWYG - This plugin is an inline content editor to allow editing rich HTML content on the fly.

jQuery Rich Text Editor

CSS3 jQuery Rich Text Editor - A web based rich text editor written using jQuery and CSS3 that supports embedded fonts

jQuery Rich Text Editor

HTMLBox - HtmlBox is a modern, crossВ browser, interactive, openВ source wysiwyg editor built on top of the excellent JQuery library

jQuery Rich Text Editor

If you know of any other editors built using jQuery, let me know via the comments section.

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Beben Koben said...

whether this plug-ins...
its great, thanks for share my brother

Issac said...

TinyMCE also has a jquery build. It's quite a mature project in comparison to many of these.

FreshCode said...

I made jQuery.contentEditable, a light-weight rich text editor plugin for jQuery that uses the contentEditable attribute in modern browsers. It has keyboard shortcuts (e.g. Ctrl+B for bold, etc.) and a pretty toolbar.

Anonymous said...

Not exactly a full WYSIWYG editor but still: RichComments (http://webevolved.co.cc/)