AW: AW: [opencms-dev] wysiwyg editor styles

Frank Wunderlich k.frank.wunderlich at
Thu Jun 12 11:54:43 CEST 2003

Hi Martin,

> Hi Frank,
> > You have to define and use cascading-stylesheets.
> > In the master-xml-template you can define the stylesheet 
> that shall be 
> > used by the editor:
> oops, thanks, never found that out myself.
> is this doc'd anywhere ?

This part can be found in the howto-template docs, downloadable as
opencms module at

> > Just take a look at the code generated by the control and 
> you know for 
> > which html-elements you have to define styles.
> which code, which control, that is ?

Well, the html-code and the active-x-editor-control... :-)

Just type in a page and use all "built-in" styles available in the
dropdown list.
Then view the page's html-sourcecode in your browser. You will find a
lot of <h1> <p> <address>-tags that have been generated and added by the
editor around your text. These are the tags for which you have to define

> TIA again
> --
> martin
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