A web-based WYSIWYM (What You See Is What You Mean) XHTML editor (not WYSIWYG). The main concept is to leave details of the document’s visual layout, and to concentrate on its structure and meaning, while trying to give the user as much comfort as possible (at least as WYSIWYG editors).
A simple way to create in place editing fields with jQuery.
An AJAX (or AHAH) proof-of-concept page that allows the visitor to edit the very (x)HTML page they are viewing, without leaving the page.
Provides flexible in place editing of HTML tables. User defined handler functions can easily be dropped in to, for example, update the data source via an AJAX request.
Allows users to edit blocks of text within the browser with an ajax call instead of a page reload. Uses semi-specific DOM Tree.
This is an instant edit script that you might like. Enjoy!
Tested on FF 3+, IE 6+, Safari 4+, Chrome 11+ and Opera 10+
A simple jQuery edit inplace plugin.
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