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I've read ASP.NET 2.0 Beginner and I also have the professional one.

I've looked at the related website.
it has helped me into developing my website.


I'm currently examining the news content part.
It's quite easy to implement but what I find a bit limited is the way to add or edit news.
It's a simple textfield. I'd prefer the news content to be in a textarea or even try to use something with an editor.

any ideas or tips ?


(i found this http://www.fckeditor.net/default.html but I didn't try it yet)


Thanks a lot ;)

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In that case: try it out. It's a great editor and I am sure you'll like it....

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