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Paul asked on 29 Sep 2010, 01:55 PM
At the moment, aligning items to the right will produce <p style="text-align:right"> etc.. for many other options also.

Is there a way to by pass this to place <p class="right"> instead. this would help us with updating our editor for our current setup.

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Paul.

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answered on 29 Sep 2010, 03:21 PM
Hello Paul,

RadEditor for ASP.NET AJAX is designed to produce valid XHTML compliant content with inline styles instead of using the obsolete inline attributes.

What you can do to achieve your scenario is to disable the ConvertToXhtml filter:

RadEditor1.DisableFilter(EditorFilters.ConvertToXhtml);

You can find more information in this article: Content Filters.

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answered on 29 Sep 2010, 03:45 PM
Hi

Thanks for the reply. generating valid xhtml is a must for use with the editor. would this be a big task to remove the old alignment button and add my own custom button that inputs <p class="right"> instead? that would solve this issue i am having.

Thanks,

Paul.
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Rumen
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answered on 30 Sep 2010, 10:16 AM
Hello Paul,

Thanks for the additional information.

You should not strop the ConvertToXhtml filter or replace the Align buttons. What you can do is to write your own custom content filter that will replace the style=text-align: with class= using a regular expression or DOM.

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