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Old 07-15-2010, 08:59 AM   #3
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What I envision is something like this: Sigil reads the stylesheet and populates a drop-down list with all the classes found therein. The user selects a block or string of text, and applies the appropriate style by clicking on it in the list; the display is then updated to reflect the change in formatting. I guess there might have to be some facility to determine whether the style is applied as a DIV or SPAN too.
Look at Kompozer, a WYSIWYG HTML editor based on Mozilla. It does have the possibility to attach classes from your CSS (internal or external) to elements with a GUI drop down menu. It isn't based upon Webkit, however (I think). So how difficult it would be depends on Webkit I suppose.
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