Expanding Images Using HTML5’s contenteditable; Category. Attributes; Tags; contenteditable; HTML 5; html5; Jack Osborne. This article was written by Jack Osborne. A freelance designer, speaker and writer who is based out of Glasgow, Scotland. You should follow him on Twitter — @jackosborne. 45 Responses on the article “The contenteditable attribute” Vidal Quevedo says: January 10
14 May 2014 ContentEditable is the native widget for editing rich text in a web browser. It is… sad. I'm going to try to prove to you, with some hand-wavey math,
Dealing with numbers is not specific to contenteditable, but as we have a cost attribute in our table, the following functions can be useful when using currency or numbers.Another way to deal with numbers is to add an in the HTML file to enable inputs with numbers only, but we need to define our own functions for ContentEditable. 13/05/2014
Adding HTML block-style tags requires you to use formatBlock as commandName and the tag name as valueArgument. The syntax would be similar to: document.execCommand('formatBlock', false, tagName); This method will add an HTML block-style tag around the line which contains the current selection. It also replaces any tag that already existed there.