Editor does not support placeholder. It would be nice, to have this feature. Posting suggestion based on forum topic: http://www.telerik.com/forums/placeholder-html-attribute
Format Painter is a tool on the ASP.NET Ajax version of the editor - I would really like to see this ported to the Kendo UI and MVC versions of the same control.
It would be nice if we had a Table Wizard (as in RAD Editor) for changing formatting for tables inside Kendo UI Editor (e.g. changing style and color of borders, font and background colors for cells, merging and splitting cells, setting size of the table, and other features that exist in RAD Editor). We're migrating to Kendo UI from RAD controls and Table Wizard for Kendo UI Editor is needed. Are you planning to implement something like Table Wizard in the near future?
We have discovered an odd issue with the editor which can be seen here http://dojo.telerik.com/ijiRu. Create a hyperlink in the editor then move the cursor to the start of the text and hit enter. A new line is created. Now when you view source you end up with 2 links instead of an empty paragraph. <p><a href="http://google.com"> </a></p><p><a href="http://google.com">google</a></p> This can then lead to problems where multiple links are showing up where only 1 was created.
We have discovered an issue in the Editor around insertion of text using a custom button - it can be seen at http://dojo.telerik.com/EZijI If you highlight text that is contained within a <span> tag, and use a custom button to insert more text (in this case, replacing the highlighted text), the text gets removed successfully, but the <span> gets closed, and the inserted text appears outside the closing </span> tag. Given that <span> tags can be used to format text, you therefore lose the formatting you had applied to the text you removed, and the new text appears unformatted i.e. inheriting formatting from the parent, which is not expected behaviour.
Re-size/positioning of the table is very important which gives option for user to create table
Being a Telerik Evangelist & Sales Engineer, I do constantly development with Kendo UI. And I just thought it will be good to put this idea out here, so everyone whose also using the Editor control can also vote or comment on this feedback. I've done research on the API documentation and also looking at the demo samples. If any of you have noticed, the "Folder" item in our ImageBrowser shows a tiny grey square which doesn't look very nice. I was thinking, perhaps it will be good for us to have the option to configure the image we want to use for our folders/directories.
I love that most of the big Kendo Components are now available to use with Vue Wrappers but the Kendo Editor is still not supported. The Kendo Editor is one of the best WYSIWYG editors that I've used but unfortunately I'm not able to take full advantage of it in my current Vue application.
I use the Kendo Editor with inline mode. As soon as I paste some text from clipboard to the editor, the editor scrolls to the end. When the document ist very large, then you have to scroll back to the position where the cursor was located before pasting. Very difficult to work.
I was using save and edit buttons in RadEditor on ASP.NET Ajax extensivelly. Now, I've moved to MVC and noticed that these buttons don't exist at all!!! It's very weird. Ok, save functionality can be achieved fairly easily, but printing the content of an editor not much. I assumed that, when you were building MVC controls you would deliver the same functionality as in Ajax controls. Anyway, adding these buttons to editor tools would be great.
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.