[b-hebrew] Embedding Hebrew in HTML
jc.bhebrew at googlemail.com
Tue Jul 27 17:09:48 EDT 2010
In Windows, there is Vim32 version. It actually works better than the linux
version. You can use the mouse and everything like being in a Windows text
editor plus you get all the Vim keyboard commands. Pretty cool really. You
get the best of both worlds.
Recently, I've been using notepad++ when confined to a Windows box. Pretty
cool too. Certainly beats notepad.
As for Bluefish, Dreamweaver etc. When I first got my hands dirty with a
computer and started making my first HTML pages trying to use one of the
HTML generators I remember not understanding with frustration why pages
didn't display the way I wanted them too. Then I learned HTML and coded
pages by hand in basic text editors. Never had these problems since. They
tell me that these programs have gotten better since but most coders I know
are still doing it the old fashioned way. It saves time in the long run.
On 27 July 2010 23:27, Petr Tomasek <tomasek at etf.cuni.cz> wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 26, 2010 at 09:51:21PM -0700, Richard wrote:
> > How do you do this with Linux? I would love to know. Do you use a
> > particular editor? That would be a great capability to have.
> > Richard Conaway
> Actually, any "plain-text" editor in modern linux distributions
> use utf-8 by default.
> If You use Windows, I'd recommend to use some programmers'
> editor (e.g. something like Bluefish,
> or similar) for editing HTML.
> It's much better to see what HTML code actually is there, then
> just let some WYSIWYG generate complicated HTML blob, that doesn't
> work well on every browser...
> Petr Tomasek <http://www.etf.cuni.cz/~tomasek>
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