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This is the root element to be used in every EditLive! configuration file.

Configuration Element Tree Structure 

<editLive>

<editLive>
   <!-- configuration settings -->
</editLive>

Child Elements

<document>

The document structure handles the configuration of information placed inside the <HEAD> and <BODY> tags. This also includes <META> information and style sheet links.

<ephoxLicenses>

The ephoxLicenses element handles the configuration of licensing information. Licensing information is used to ensure that you are using EditLive! correctly. Tiny will provide you with the appropriate license files; these simply have to be added here.

<spellCheck (Applet)>

The spellCheck element allows for the specification of the spell checker .jar file. This enables customization of the spell checker.

<htmlFilter>

The htmlFilter element allows various filtering options to be set. The HTML will be "cleaned" according to the filtering attributes contained within this element.

<sourceEditor>

The sourceEditor element allows you to set options relating to the EditLive! Code View.

<wysiwygEditor>

This element allows you to set options relating to the EditLive! editing pane.

<wordImport>

The wordImport attribute allows for the configuration of the Microsoft Word import format and the way that Microsoft Word style information is imported.

<mediaSettings>

The mediaSettings structure allows for the configuration of image settings. It provides a mechanism for the developer to provide a list of server images to be made available to end users, as well as configuring how EditLive! behaves with respect to images on both the server and local machines.

<authentication> - Deprecated

The authentication structure allows for the configuration of authentication information for use with EditLive!. The username and password settings present within this element will be used when retrieving data from the specified realms.

<hyperlinks>

The hyperlinks structure allows the provision of a list of hyperlinks to the user. These settings affect the hyperlink dialog within EditLive!.

<menuBar>

The menuBar structure allows for the configuration of the EditLive! menus.

This structure configures only the menu bar and not the shortcut menu.

<toolbars>

The toolbars structure allows for the configuration of the EditLive! format and command toolbars.

<shortcutMenu>

The shortcutMenu element allows for the customization of the EditLive! shortcut menu.

Remarks

Each EditLive! configuration file must contain exactly one <editLive> element.

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