Note that when the EnableTextareaMode
property is set to true
, the editor is rendered as a standard textarea which offers only plain text support. Is this what you want to achieve?
If you want to style the textarea content area you can use the following ID class:
: Arial !important;
font-size: 12px !important;
where the highlighted part of the class corresponds to the ID of RadEditor.
If you want however to have a rich text editor (
) without a toolbar, you can set the ToolsFile
property to point to an XML file which contains only <root></root>
tags. You can hide the borders of the control as shown in the following demo: Displaying RadEditor as a TextBox
. You can see how to style the content area of the iframe based content area: Setting Content Area Defaults
and Default Font for Editable Content
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