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Sizing

ASPxHtmlEditor can be resized by end-users. You can opt to disable this feature or specify size limits using the ASPxHtmlEditor.SettingsResize property set.

If the HtmlEditorResizeSettings.AllowResize property is set to true, end-users can dynamically change ASPxHtmlEditor's size by using a size grip element.

Size limits can be specified using the following properties.

The editor's actual size is preserved in the client state and restored after the application round trips (postbacks or callbacks).

View the Demo

To see this feature in action, refer to the following online demo: Features - Resizing and Full-Screen Mode

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