Re: Which editor do you use to write HTML?

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Subject: Re: Which editor do you use to write HTML?
Posted by:  Lars Eighner (usen…
Date: Sat, 10 Dec 2005

In our last episode,
the lovely and talented Viken Karaguesian
broadcast on comp.infosystems.www.authoring.html:

> Hello everyone,

> I'm just wondering what you all use to write and edit your HTML

Joe, tricked out with a number of macros to do tags and send
things through tidy and nsgmls whenever advisable.  I do most
eveything with php cli, and joe does that as well with a logical
(and configurable) relation between the syntax coloring in both.
Generally I use lynx as my file manager, so it easy to view a
file as html and edit it with joe as the lynx editor.  There are
two tiny annoyances with lynx - it converts all tags in view
source (but not in the file) to uppercase, and it doesn't have
an intuitive copy command, but in fact you can make one by using
the "download" screen.

I haven't actually done it yet, but the next step is to give joe
macros to run files through php cli.

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In response to

Which editor do you use to write HTML? posted by Viken Karaguesian on 9 Dec 2005