The Kendo UI Editor has two modes - Classic and Inline. The classic mode uses an Iframe to type in, while in inline mode the Editor's <div> is made contenteditable
, so the existing page styling can influence the editable content:
If in classic mode, the widget applies some default CSS styles to its iframe content. You can find additional information on how to remove or override these styles here:
If in inline mode, the Editor content's appearance depends entirely on the CSS styles, which are currently used on the page. From this point of view, you may need to add or change something in order to make the content's appearance identical on both pages.
I hope this helps. Can you explain in more detail what do you mean by the last sentence?
"It seems extra styles and classes are added to the editor that are not applied to the actual HTML."
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