The XHTML WYSIWYG Editor For Desktop & Web Applications

Separating Content From Formatting

Content authored through XStandard is free from formatting which means it can easily be repurposed. To display formatted content in the editor, the CMS developer or administrator would point the editor to a CSS file like this:

  1. <param name="CSS" value="http://website.com/format.css" />

The editor will then render content according to the formatting rules in the CSS file as seen in the editor below.

If you do not see the editor here, there are three possible reasons. (1) You have not yet installed XStandard to your computer. Before proceeding, please download and install XStandard. (2) You need to quit and restart your Web browser. (3) You have not enabled 'add-ons' (plug-ins) to run in your browser. Any questions? Please contact us at support@xstandard.com

Point the editor to a different CSS file and the editor will render the same content using different formatting rules are seen in the editor below.

If you do not see the editor here, there are three possible reasons. (1) You have not yet installed XStandard to your computer. Before proceeding, please download and install XStandard. (2) You need to quit and restart your Web browser. (3) You have not enabled 'add-ons' (plug-ins) to run in your browser. Any questions? Please contact us at support@xstandard.com

For illustration purposes, the editor below shows how the same content looks like when the editor is not pointing to a CSS file.

If you do not see the editor here, there are three possible reasons. (1) You have not yet installed XStandard to your computer. Before proceeding, please download and install XStandard. (2) You need to quit and restart your Web browser. (3) You have not enabled 'add-ons' (plug-ins) to run in your browser. Any questions? Please contact us at support@xstandard.com