Now into something a bit different. Today's Graphics Dojo example is related to WebKit (again), namely using it as a basis for WYSIWYG (what-you-see-is-what-you-get) editor. Thanks to Apple engineers and other WebKit hackers, WebKit's editing features have improved a lot so that it is perfectly possible to use it to let the user edit the web page.
These days, rich-text editing is supported quite well in many web browsers. Take a look at Mozilla support for editing, which gives an idea on how to start doing it. Head also to the short overview on HTML and JS-based editors to get more information.
The editor demo is available at the usual git repository. Too lazy to use git? Just grab the archive (65 KB) and unpack it. Check the editor under the htmleditor directory. You need Qt 4.5, which has just been released.
To get an idea what this little editor can do, have a look at this short screencast.
A couple of things I showed in the demo are character formatting (bold, italic, underline, font name, size, colors), paragraph settings (style, alignment, indentation, lists), image and hyperlink support. You can also insert any HTML code. For editing convenience, undo and redo are even possible. Switching to "HTML Source" tab will reveal the raw HTML code for the page (note the syntax highlight).
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