HTML Editor

Steve s.m.williams.bcm at bham.ac.uk
Sat Jun 1 08:36:26 EST 1996


dwomble at cmb.biosci.wayne.edu (David Womble) wrote:

>: In article <cupton.1183890707H at news.uvic.ca>, cupton at uvic.ca ( Chris
>: Upton) wrote:

>[snips]
>: > There are editors for mac and UNIX!!!!
>: > see:  http://south.ncsa.uiuc.edu/HyperNews/get/www/html/editors.html

>This is an interesting question.  What do other people who actually 
>maitain web sites use?  I've found that HTML editors rarely properly
>convert preformated, already existing word processor documents.  And if
>one is going to compose from scratch or use cut and paste, plain text
>editors work well on all platforms.

I always use notepad or write in windows ( very occasionally MS DOS's
Edit). Text editors are by far the easiest.

steve
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