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Does anyone know what control expert exchange use for their Post Comment?

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And how can I make one or use one?
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Hi Rikin_shah,

Do you know any documents or tutorial for this control?
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You can also create your own. Just you need write few lines of code and css. :-)

Reference:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8415557/jquery-text-editor
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More lightweight plugin in jQuery:

http://jqueryte.com/demos
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Thanks for the input everyone. :)
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