BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA -- (Marketwired) -- 09/15/13 -- Whether creating a new enterprise application or enabling a team of content authors to be more productive, join Ephox for a webinar on 20 Sept. (11 a.m. AEST) as the company demonstrates the latest features and business benefits of the ninth release of its EditLive! rich text editor.
Webinar attendees will learn how the latest version of EditLive! incorporates up to 20 new features and helps content authors create remarkable web content in wikis, websites and social software programs like IBM Connections. New features of EditLive! 9 include the ability to:
- Embed social media using the power of oEmbed
- Display and edit HTML5 elements
- Support Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0) and Section 508 guidelines
- Create custom authoring experience using new Application Programming Interfaces (APIs)
"Ephox's EditLive! rich text editor is already well respected among our enterprise clients because it provides content authors with the ability to copy and paste content without reformatting, spell check content as-they-type, and track their changes," said webinar co-presenter Tom Smith, Ephox Vice President of Worldwide Sales. "And now EditLive! 9 enables end users to be even more productive by embedding social media links, leveraging HTML5 support, and ensuring web-based content is accessible and compliance for all audiences."
Ephox's EditLive! webinar will appeal to web and Java developers, IT project managers, web content authors, and marketing and communications leaders in the Asia Pacific region. Additionally, existing users of EditLive! are welcome as well as users of IBM Connections and IBM Web Content Manager.
To register for the Friday, 20 September webinar, visit the Ephox website. Application developers can also download a demo of the newly released EditLive! 9 rich text editor at http://www.ephox.com/demo.
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. http://ephox.com/editlive. For more information, visit ephox.com/EditLive, follow us on Twitter, or like our Facebook page.
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Vice President of Marketing