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Hi all i'd like to ask you to give me a simple text editor script. I mean something like the one we use to post here or simpler cause all i need is the text manipulation. I'm using php with mysql and i store the text in a field. Do i need anymore fields for the format? Thank you.
I've made a couple of basic ones before, all following the same basic idea: Search the input string for different pre-defined things (such as \n) and replace it with what you want stored (such as <br />). If I could dredge up the code I used, I might give you an example, but basically you just need some search & replace functions. Look up ereg, and various other regular expression functions.
It's pretty good filled with features and you can configure to remove features as well. The one I got running is not a 100% up to the task. Mainly because the html the wyzz creates messes up parts of the web page it's not supposed to. I haven't figured out a way to solve that, if you come into that problem and figure out a way to solve that issue (maybe by using div tags, or something) let me know.