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RadEditorProvider is not default html editor provider now, any changes will not apply to current editor provider. If you want to make configuration take effect please update default provider to 'DotNetNuke.RadEditorProvider' in left drop down list.

Common Settings

The skin to used by the editor control
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The value of the AutoResizeHeight property indicates whether the RadEditor will auto-resize its height to match content height. This property is similar to the Overflow property of the DIV element, which is not supported by the IFRAME elements. When the AutoResizeHeight property is set to true, then the editor's content area is resizing to match content heigh and no scrollbars will appear.
Sets the border in pixels around the control
The overall height of the editor control
The overall width of the editor control.
RadEditor offers three different edit modes Design, Html and Preview:
  • Design: In the Design mode you can edit and format the content by using the RadEditor toolbar buttons, dropdowns and dialogs.
  • Html: HTML mode provides direct access to the content HTML . This mode is used most often by advanced users.
  • Preview: Shows how the content will look like before updating the page.


Gets or sets the value indicating whether the users will be able to resize the RadEditor control on the client.
If set, this will override the language of the website context. The current locale is used by default, so in most cases you should leave this empty
Filters in RadEditor for ASP.NET AJAX are small code snippets, which are called in a sequence to process the editor content, when the mode (html / design / preview) is switched or when the page is submitted. Each filter is described here: Telerik Onlinehelp






The css file to be used by the editor in wysiwyg mode. This file must reside either in the skin directory or in the website directory. The path set here is relative to its parent (e.g. /editor.css is a file in the root of your skin)
The NewLineBr property specifies whether the editor should insert a new line (
tag) or a new paragraph (

tag) when the Enter key is pressed. The default value is true (
tag) in order to closely reflect the behavior of desktop word-processors. In this case you can insert paragraph tags by pressing Ctrl+M or the New Paragraph button. If you set the NewLineBr property to false, a paragraph tag will be entered on every carriage return (pressing Enter). Here, pressing Shift+Enter will insert a
tag. Working with bulleted/ numbered lists in Telerik RadEditor Lists are types of paragraphs and they accept the same attributes as paragraph tags. This means that whenever you insert a list in your HTML, you insert a new paragraph. Since Telerik RadEditor v5.05 the NewLineBr mechanism has been improved. However this makes it impossible for example to start bulleted/numbered list with the line being blank. Read the onlinehelp for more information

Developers can enforce content formatting using the StripFormattingOptions property. As a result, format stripping will be applied to all content that users are trying to paste. The EditorStripFormattingOptions setting can have any or a combination of the following values:
  • None: pastes the clipboard content as is.
  • NoneSupressCleanMessage: Doesn't strip anything on paste and does not ask questions.
  • MSWord: strips Word-specific tags on Paste, preserving fonts and text sizes.
  • MSWordNoFonts: strips Word-specific tags on Paste, preserving text sizes only.
  • MSWordRemoveAll: strips Word-specific tag on Paste, removing both fonts and text sizes.
  • Css: strips CSS styles on Paste.
  • Font: strips Font tags on Paste.
  • Span: strips Span tags on Paste.
  • All: strips all HTML formatting and pastes plain text.
  • AllExceptNewLines: Clears all tags except "br" and new lines (\n) on paste.




If set to false, links are created absolute
"Use Page Name":a link to a website page is built like this: default.aspx?TabName=Home;
"Use Page Id":a link to a website page is built like this: default.aspx?TabId=100;
"Normal": a link to a website page is built as a normal link.
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Choose between editing in a seperate document in an Iframe (default), or inline in a Div in the current page.
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Toolbar Settings

RadEditor for ASP.NET AJAX introduces a property named ToolbarMode, which specifies the behavior of the toolbar. Here are the different options for setting the ToolbarMode:
  • Default - the toolbar is static and positioned over the content area
  • PageTop - in this mode, when a particular editor gets the focus its toolbar will appear docked at the top of the page
  • ShowOnFocus - here the toolbar will appear right above the editor when it gets focus.
  • Floating - the toolbar will pop up in a window and will allow the user to move it over the page



Sets the width of the editor's toolbar, this should only be used when Toolbar mode is set to anything else than Default!

Document Manager Settings

A semicolon separated list of possible extensions to be used in the document manager. The extensions must also be in the host settings list of allowed extensions. Use the following format: *.extensionname
The folder that the document manager starts with when loading the dialog
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Maximum document upload size in bytes

Image Manager Settings

The folder that the image manager starts with when loading the dialog
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Maximum image upload size in bytes
A semicolon separated list of possible extensions to be used in the image manager. The extensions must also be in the host settings list of allowed extensions. Use the following format: *.extensionname

Flash Manager Settings

The folder that the flash manager starts with when loading the dialog
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Maximum flash upload size in bytes
A semicolon separated list of possible extensions to be used in the flash manager. The extensions must also be in the host settings list of allowed extensions. Use the following format: *.extensionname

Media Manager Settings

The folder that the media manager starts with when loading the dialog
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Maximum movie upload size in bytes
A semicolon separated list of possible extensions to be used in the media manager. The extensions must also be in the host settings list of allowed extensions. Use the following format: *.extensionname

Silverlight Manager Settings

The folder that the silverlight manager starts with when loading the dialog
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A semicolon separated list of possible extensions to be used in the silverlight manager. The extensions must also be in the host settings list of allowed extensions. Use the following format: *.extensionname
Maximum silverlight upload size in bytes

Template Manager Settings

The folder that the template manager starts with when loading the dialog
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Maximum template upload size in bytes
A semicolon separated list of possible extensions to be used in the template manager. The extensions must also be in the host settings list of allowed extensions. Use the following format: *.extensionname

Client Script Settings

Set a function name to be called when the editor fires the OnExecute event on the client (fired just before a command is executed). The funtion can be placed in the js file defined in the ScriptToLoad setting. This event comes in handy if you want to add smily support for example. (Read this forum post for more information)
Set a function name to be called when the editor fires the OnPaste event (every time something is being pasted into the html code of the editors html editing area). The funtion can be placed in the js file defined in the ScriptToLoad setting. See this example for a detailed example
If set the provider will load the javascript file specified here. This must be a relative path to the current skin directory. See this example for a detailed example

Developer Settings

The content provider is a class that handles how files and folders in the file mananger dialogs are handled. Override this setting if you have another content provider in place.
Spellchecking options are rarely documented, unfortunately. In general you should leave these fields empty unless you know what you're doing. Learn more about spell checking options at the Telerik website
Spellchecking options are rarely documented, unfortunately. In general you should leave these fields empty unless you know what you're doing. Learn more about spell checking options at the Telerik website
Spellchecking options are rarely documented, unfortunately. In general you should leave these fields empty unless you know what you're doing. Learn more about spell checking options at the Telerik website
Spellchecking options are rarely documented, unfortunately. In general you should leave these fields empty unless you know what you're doing. Learn more about spell checking options at the Telerik website
Spellchecking options are rarely documented, unfortunately. In general you should leave these fields empty unless you know what you're doing. Learn more about spell checking options at the Telerik website
Spellchecking options are rarely documented, unfortunately. In general you should leave these fields empty unless you know what you're doing. Learn more about spell checking options at the Telerik website
Spellchecking options are rarely documented, unfortunately. In general you should leave these fields empty unless you know what you're doing. Learn more about spell checking options at the Telerik website
Spellchecking options are rarely documented, unfortunately. In general you should leave these fields empty unless you know what you're doing. Learn more about spell checking options at the Telerik website
Spellchecking options are rarely documented, unfortunately. In general you should leave these fields empty unless you know what you're doing. Learn more about spell checking options at the Telerik website
The role you wish to associate this editor configuration with.



If checked, the current website will be associated with this editor configuration.
Selecting a page from the treeview will associate this editor configuration with the selected page.

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