EditLive Rich Text Editor

August 29, 2013 14:44 ET

Ephox's On-Demand Webinar Highlights New Functionality of Its EditLive! 9 Rich Text Editor

Participants Learn How EditLive! 9 Brings Web Content Into the Modern Era

PALO ALTO, CA--(Marketwired - August 29, 2013) - Content authors can more easily create compelling blogs, wikis, email marketing campaigns and more, according to Ephox's on-demand webinar, which features the latest technical and business improvements in the ninth release of its EditLive! rich text editor. 

Now available for download on, the webinar will appeal to web and Java developers, IT project managers, web content authors, and marketing and communications leaders. Additionally, users of IBM Connections, IBM Web Content Manager and OpenText Web Experience Management benefit from EditLive! 9 through pre-built out-of-box integrations.

"Application developers and content authors will love the new user experience of EditLive! 9 -- the most feature-rich rich text editor on the market," said webinar presenter Tom Smith, Ephox Vice President of Worldwide Sales. "Developers get the latest HTML5, open standards and WCAG 2.0 support. And, non-technical content authors can easily embed audio, video and images from their favorite social media sites and preview how content will look like on mobile devices."

Viewers of the webinar will learn how the latest version of EditLive! helps authors easily create content for today's web. Incorporating 20 new features, EditLive! 9 helps create remarkable web content by embedding social media within custom applications, displaying and editing of HTML5 elements, supporting Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0), providing new Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) and more.

To access the on-demand webinar, visit the Ephox website. Application developers can also demo the newly released EditLive! 9 rich text editor at

About Ephox
Used by millions of developers and authors worldwide, Ephox's EditLive! rich text editing software improves web content production by increasing the productivity of authors and the quality of web content produced. The company's technology is licensed by leading software companies including IBM, EMC, OpenText and Percussion. For more information, visit, follow us on Twitter, or like our Facebook page.

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