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Java question! v0.2

 
Jaden Korr
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Ok, I found out what I want. I want to know if it is posible to edit inside the <textarea></textarea> tags, like as in <b>bolding</b> and other html tags? Maybe its posible with JAVA?
[ February 01, 2005: Message edited by: Jaden Korr ]
 
Joel McNary
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This seems to in continuation to this thread.

As far as your questions, I'm still not sure what it is that you are trying to do. Perhaps you mean JavaScript instead of Java? (In spite of sharing part of a name and a little bit of syntax, they are really quite unrelated...)

If you're looking for a DHTML-based solution, our HTML and JavaScript forum will be able to help you. If you are looking for information on generating these web pages with Java, then our Servlets or JSP forums will do best.

If you want a Swing-solution, I think that a JEditorPane is what you want. Head on over to our Swing / AWT / SWT / JFace forum, and they'll be glad to help.

Unfortunatly, I have had little luck trying to decipher what it is that you want to do. Perhaps describing a more concrete example will help us identify not only how to accomplish what you want to do, but even the best technology to do it in. (Based on your original post, I would have said that JavaScript would be the technology that you want, but I can't be certain of that....)
 
Jaden Korr
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Ok, I think it would be best described in a picture.

As you can see, the background pictures repeat themselves and I want to contain all the information in a separate window inside the page that you would be able to scroll up and down.
 
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