Native Rich-Text Editing with the contenteditable Attribute

One of the lesser-known HTML attributes is contenteditable. This attribute allows you to turn a standard read-only HTML element into an interactive, rich-text editor. When Tim Berners-Lee built the first web browser in 1990, he created modes for both browsing...

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