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HTML editor for mac

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by BROWNer, Oct 9, 2003.

  1. BROWNer

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    HTML editor for mac

    Discussion started by BROWNer - Oct 9, 2003

    can anybody recommend/link a basic
    ass html editor for mac? prefereably free/shareware..
    merci

    ps-not OSX
     
  2. imported_Tesseract - Replied Oct 9, 2003

    I cant, but i just droped to say
    ayoayoayoayoayoayoayoayoayo
     
  3. Vanity

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    Vanity - Replied Oct 9, 2003

    notepad :idea:
     
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    BROWNer - Replied Oct 9, 2003

    vanity, is there a version for systems before OSX?
    i'm looking around and its either for windows or
    OSX..
    :eek:
     
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    Vanity - Replied Oct 9, 2003

    ah.. hope my being a smart ass didn't cause you to do any work... i was basically just saying code it by hand... any word processor will suffice, just save it as an html document... html really isn't that hard to learn anyway

    if you just wanna post flicks and text, w/ out the frills, you really only need to know like 3 commands... i do have a basic ass pdf document on html basics i could hook you up w/, but i'm sure it'd be just as easy to find it on the web.
     
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    BROWNer - Replied Oct 9, 2003

    oh..well notepad is what the windows
    systems at school have, so i was just
    curious if there was a mac equivelant,
    but if i can do it in word that'll suffice..

    thanks man
     
  7. imported_El Mamerro - Replied Oct 9, 2003

    There certainly is Browner, it's called SimpleText (OS9) or TextEdit (OSX). Run a search and you should find it somewhere on your drive.
     
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    --zeSto-- - Replied Oct 10, 2003

    dont use simpletext.

    well you can use simpletext but textedit is much better.
    I used to run into files that were 'too big for simpletext to open' all the time.

    There's probably a mac equivalent of CuteHTML out there.
     
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    BROWNer - Replied Oct 10, 2003

    thanks dudes.
    i'm just fucking around with
    some basic shit, so my files
    are fine with st for now..
     
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    BROWNer - Replied Oct 10, 2003

    ps-i still get that sometimes kilo
     
  11. imported_El Mamerro - Replied Oct 10, 2003

    ^Yeah, that's true... although I've never had a problem with HTML files, they're usually not that big.

    One thing I don't like about TextEdit is that it's default save format is RTF, which doesn't work for HTML. Gotta change it in the preferences.
     
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    --zeSto-- - Replied Oct 10, 2003

    ResEdit might be a usefull app.

    I used to use resedit to change the coding in games so
    that the text lines would be personalized. Not very hard,
    but very nerdy. Forget I bought it up.
     
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    BROWNer - Replied Oct 10, 2003

    resedit is a freaky program.
    i personally would not recommend it.
    i used to change word files and pictures
    into audio with it and my comp would
    go a bit fritzy afterwards. so i stopped
    using it.

    *its probably fine if you are on top of
    your mac skills though.
     
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    --zeSto-- - Replied Oct 10, 2003

    I'd only use it to go into games and modify text lines.
    There's something wild about having the bad guys to tell
    you personally to fuck off.
     
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    anal rapist - Replied Oct 10, 2003

    BBEdit, either download the demo or use a fileshare program to find it, or I can send you a version of it.
     
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