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Hi, all

I have this JSP site that shows news. The administrator user can edit this news(there is a deferent login for that)

What I want to know is to edit this news the administrator user must get some thing like a word application so he can color the text and change font size etc.. very easily.

I know this can be done by an applet. But applets run on the clint machines. And it needs JRE on the clint side.

I need some thing that is not runs on the clint side. So this has to be done only using JSP or servlets.

Thank You

Sameera
 
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You could try to use special markers like this forum (Instant UBB Code).
Code into brackets that you'll transform server-side.
 
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Client side means HTML and Javascript. There is nothing that servlets or JSP can do to help you with this.

As such, moving this to the HTML forum.
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