Currently, the images in the Editor component are being handled as base64 code. Inserting larger images could cause browser issues.
This is why it will be nice if there is a built-in functionality that enables configuration options to setup upload for images on Drop/Paste upload and insert links to the destination path.
Features of this functionality:
Is it possible to have several Kendo UI Editors on one page with a single toolbar?
Pål Christian Eidem
Please have a look at the following example:
Steps to reproduce:
1. Select a single word in the editor, e.g. ipsum.
2. Click the Clean formatting button.
3. The background color of the selected word was not changed.
Currently, the cleanFormatting tool works for removing the format from the entire element and does not split the content if a word is selected. This could be enhanced so that the selected part of the element is split into a new nested element whit no formatting.
Our team is fixing all WCAG guideline bugs in our product. The 3.1.1 guideline can't be met because the Kendo editor doesn't allow for setting a lang attribute on the iframe document, nor does the editor infer the language from the parent document and add that lang attribute.
Open the editor example page (https://demos.telerik.com/kendo-ui/editor/index). Note that the editor iframe document contains <html> at the top but does not contain a lang="en" attribute within it. Further, edit the example on the page and add lang="en" to the <html> attribute at the top of the example. Run the example. The iframe still does not contain the lang="en" attribute.
Include the lang attribute on the child document when the parent document contains one or make a setting available in the configuration JSON for the editor to include a lang attribute in the child document when an iframe is used.
_detectEnd works incorrectly with IDN links.
Hi, our project consists from two almost independent parts. First uses most of kendo things and the second uses only editor with pretty basic tools.
Kendo Editor and it's plugins depend on most things of lib so custom build with only editor option almost has no sense. Would be nice to have ability to switch off plugins/tools from editor during building. Also would be nice to add custom build options to less.
Editor using editable Div container is really better, for various reasons, that editor using iframe.
Inline Editor can be the solution, but I want also a nice standard editor as the standard mode.
A simple and good solution can be add a new parameter as "toolbarContainer" that is a dom element where editor put the toolbar.
If noset in standard mode, editor apply standard strategy and put it in a div on top of iframe.
If noset in inline mode, editor apply standard strategy and put it in a flying popup.
if set, toolbar editor put toolbar in the selected area.
I need option to add the emojis with content in Telerik kendo editor MVC.
Does this editor has emojis option in tool bar? If yes, kindly share the sample code or link.
If it's not has emojis option, kindly let us know how to achieve this.
The div-based (inline) editor changes the size of the editor container as the text in the editor changes - it both increases and decreases in height as the user changes content.
We'd like to have the same capabilities in the iframe-based editor so that the DOM around it can flow according to the current content size.
Currently, Editor's Formatting tool is that it works with block elements. But there are many scenarios where inline formatting is required and is very common. Hence, requesting to enhance the formatting option that works for both block and inline elements is a must-have for the Kendo UI Editor.
For more details on issue: #1362675 ticket was raised
I want imageBrowser have a options to set allow Multiple upload images. I was try set multiple = true in upoad controls in imageBrowser but It's not working well.
Currently we do not have Find and Replace dialog for editor. Telerik Editor has it. Our client need similar feature.
When the Kendo editor is compiled, the toolbar is placed in a <td> tag. I suggest changing this to a <th> tag to allow the consumer to use the css attribute position: sticky. Sticky positioning does not work on <td>. This is a low-hanging fruit and will greatly improve usability.