KTML3 is a powerful browser-based HTML editor that
allows easy content formatting.
Since the market for content management required a much
better product comparable with an offline editor, we
decided to launch KTML3 separately from ImpAKT and
Komplete. Users of KTML3 will benefit from its advanced
table and image manipulation features based on the live
Unlike other online editors on the market, our product
supports most platforms and configurations (including
Windows, Macintosh and Linux), providing the user with
advanced text and paragraph formatting capabilities, as
well as CSS support and easy HTML tag selection.
Installing and configuring KTML3 on your dynamic site
pages requires just a few mouse clicks. To configure it,
you just replace a textarea field with the KTML3 control.
After that, anyone, even the non-technical person will be
able to edit professional web content from anywhere.
The 3.0.0 version was tested on a large variety of
platforms and was designed to work closely with Macromedia
Dreamweaver MX and the PHAkt2 and PHP_MySQL server models.
However, KTML3 can be used separately from Dreamweaver MX
in regular PHP websites.
Notable improvements from KTML2:
* We have integrated a "Dreamweaver like" Property
Inspector that should ease the text formatting for tables,
images and links.
* We have support for Spellchecker in KTML3, including also
a Custom Dictionary feature.
* The Undo manager was rebuilt from scratch to support Undo
for all operations.
* The Styles support was substantially improved.
* We have redesigned the Image Manager to look similar to
* The toolbar was redesigned to look more like the one in
Microsoft Word; this allows you to do frequent operations
* We have included a very powerful contextual help that
should help editors get used with KTML3 in half an hour.
* We have included support for Mozilla thus being able to
offer the platform to a much larger user base.
* A keep-alive thread was implemented to allow you to
configure a KTML page to never get an expired session.
* KTML3 was rebuild from scratch to remove the need for the
MSIE ActiveX and to rely on a more compatible editable