Track Changes provided users with an easy-to-use interface for both viewing changes to a document and accepting/rejecting individual changes.
- Getting Started With Track Changes
- Menu and Toolbar Item List
- trackChanges Configuration Option
- setUserName Method
The Commenting feature of EditLive! allows users to add comments to selections of text in a document. This feature integrates with the Track Changes feature by using the same usernames and colors to identify comments made within the document.
Image Editing allows users to perform various image manipulation techniques on images in the document.
Accessibility As You Type
Accessibility As You Type allows users to quickly identify and edit content that does not meet key web accessibility guidelines (such as the W3C Accssibility Compliance Guidelines and the United States Section 508 Accessibility Guidelines).
Accessibility Reports reveal areas of content that are not compliant with key web accessibility guidelines (such as the W3C Accssibility Compliance Guidelines and the United States Section 508 Accessibility Guidelines) and directs users to where correction is needed. The accessibility report will give a short explanation of the errors and a recommendation as to how it should be corrected.
EditLive! features various table-specific functionalities which aid in the creation of accessible content.
Only some of the features available in Table Accessibility require an Enterprise Edition license. Please refer to the Menu and Toolbar Item List for more information.
Broken Hyperlink Report
The Broken Hyperlink Report allows users to verify that the hyperlinks in the EditLive! document are valid. In order to enable the Broken Hyperlink Report, you will need to perform the following:
- Add a <plugin> element named BrokenHyperlinkReport to your configuration file.
- Add the Broken Hyperlink Report menu item to your configuration file.
The Template Browser feature allows users to insert templates into any document they are editing with EditLive!. In order to enable the Template Browser, you will need to perform the following:
- Add a <plugin> element named templateBrowser to your configuration file.
- Add the Template Browser menu item to your configuration file. By default, this menu item will appear in the Insert menu.
Sample templates are packaged by default with EditLive!. Because of this, you do not need to specify any templates to be able to use the Template Browser. However, if you would like users to have custom templates, you will need to add them to the <templates> element resident in your EditLive! Configuration File. Specifically, you will need to specify a name and a URL-encoded value attribute for each <template> element you wish to define as in the following example:
Equation Editing provides users with an interface for creating and editing mathematical equations.
- Integrating the Equation Editor
- setUseMathML Method
- Equation Editor Menu and Toolbar Items
- <mathml> Configuration Element
The Swing SDK APIs are available to applet users as Advanced APIs. They provide developers with the ability to interact with the editor using Java code.