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By this stage you've now created a new Configuration File that contains the configurations specified in the default Configuration File, as well as the following changes:

  • The Design and Code view tabs are located at the top of the editor.
  • When editing content in the Code view, only the HTML content in the <BODY> of the editor's HTML Document is shown.

This configuration of EditLive! works well with the Setting the Body in the Applet Tutorial. Here is an example of the config_tutorial.xml configuration file used in conjunction with the Setting the Body in the Applet Code:

This code infers that the config_tutorial.xml file is stored in the same location as the default Configuration File sample_eljconfig.xml.

<html>
       <body>
               <form name="exampleForm">
                       <p><textarea id="bodyContents" cols="80" rows="5"></textarea>
                               <br/><input type="button" value="Set <BODY> Contents" onclick="buttonPress()"></p>
                       <script src="../../redistributables/editlivejava/editlivejava.js" 
                               language="JavaScript"></script>
                       <script>
                               var editlivejava = new EditLiveJava("ELJApplet", "700", "400");
                               editlivejava.setConfigurationFile("../../redistributables/editlivejava/config_tutorial.xml");
                               editlivejava.setBody(encodeURIComponent("<p>Original <i>HTML</i> loaded into EditLive!</p>"));
                               editlivejava.show();
 
                               function buttonPress() {
                                       editlivejava.setBody(encodeURIComponent(document.exampleForm.bodyContents.value));
                               }
                       </script>
               </form>
       </body>
</html>

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