Free easy to use html editor?

Discussion in 'HTML' started by blackpanther718@gmail.com, Mar 12, 2009.

  1. Guest

    Anyone know a good, easy to use html editor for Vista that's free?
    I've been using PageBreeze, but the page looks different in every
    browser I look at it in. Sometimes it's a real mess. Also you have
    to have pictures in the same folder as html files or they don't show
    up when uploaded. I don't need anything to complicated. As long as
    it can do tables, it should be enough. Thanks.
     
    , Mar 12, 2009
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  2. Ari Heino Guest

    kirjoitti seuraavasti:
    > Anyone know a good, easy to use html editor for Vista that's free?


    If you're looking for a "perfect" WYSIWYG editor, you won't find one.
    For free at least.

    > I've been using PageBreeze, but the page looks different in every
    > browser I look at it in. Sometimes it's a real mess.


    http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=h...(detect automatically)&doctype=Inline&group=0

    Don't rely on a program of which homepage has > 20 errors. That's
    propably how you'll manage, at best.

    Also you have
    > to have pictures in the same folder as html files or they don't show
    > up when uploaded.


    So? How could the browser know where you've put your images? You have to
    tell it if they're hidden in your aunt's old drawer (or some more
    logical place, such as a folder called images in your root directory).

    I don't need anything to complicated. As long as
    > it can do tables, it should be enough. Thanks.


    Doing tables makes it (whatever you're doing, possibly not even reltated
    to tables?) inevitably complicated.

    Learn the basics first, THEN use a "sophisticated" program to do the
    work. By then you'll notice, though, that DIY is the best approach.

    BTW, I use Notepad++. Now I've given at least one answer to the question :)
    --
    Ari
    http://users.utu.fi/athein/
     
    Ari Heino, Mar 12, 2009
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  3. Ari Heino wrote:
    > kirjoitti seuraavasti:
    >> Anyone know a good, easy to use html editor for Vista that's free?

    >
    > If you're looking for a "perfect" WYSIWYG editor, you won't find one.
    > For free at least.


    Or for $$$ either...

    <snip>

    >
    > Also you have
    >> to have pictures in the same folder as html files or they don't show
    >> up when uploaded.

    >
    > So? How could the browser know where you've put your images? You have to
    > tell it if they're hidden in your aunt's old drawer (or some more
    > logical place, such as a folder called images in your root directory).
    >


    OP needs to get a basic understanding of relative paths...

    If the page is located:

    www.example.com/MyPage.html

    and references an image at:

    www.example.com/images/MyImage.jpg

    then a relative path in markup:

    <img src="images/MyImage.jpg" alt="This image">


    Would still work on local filesystem such as windows were bo9th files
    are located repetitively:


    c:\SomePath\myWebsite\MyPage.html
    c:\SomePath\myWebsite\images\MyImage.jpg

    <snip>

    > Learn the basics first, THEN use a "sophisticated" program to do the
    > work. By then you'll notice, though, that DIY is the best approach.


    Agree with Ari here, if you desire to maintain your car yourself you'd
    have to do a little research first. No tool or machine with substitute
    for basic knowledge. Like before you do an oil change the location of
    oil cap in the valve cover, location and type of oil filter... motor oil
    in the transmission just won't do! (I know someone who did it)

    --
    Take care,

    Jonathan
    -------------------
    LITTLE WORKS STUDIO
    http://www.LittleWorksStudio.com
     
    Jonathan N. Little, Mar 12, 2009
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  4. rf Guest

    wrote from google </spit>:
    > Anyone know a good, easy to use html editor for Vista that's free?


    Why Vista? Why not XP service pack 2, or XP service pack 1, or 2000? Why not
    DOS version 5?

    Ah, I know, Vista is a broken operating system and nothing works on it and
    your casting around for something that does.

    > I've been using PageBreeze, but the page looks different in every
    > browser I look at it in.


    As the page will.

    > Sometimes it's a real mess.


    So PageBreeze is broken.

    > Also you have
    > to have pictures in the same folder as html files or they don't show
    > up when uploaded.


    This simply does not make sense. Pageview must be very broken.

    > I don't need anything to complicated. As long as
    > it can do tables, it should be enough.


    Yeah, right. Do you want one that does paragraphs as well?
     
    rf, Mar 12, 2009
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  5. Guest

    On Mar 12, 10:40 am, Ari Heino <> wrote:
    > kirjoitti seuraavasti:
    >
    > > Anyone know a good, easy to use html editor for Vista that's free?

    >
    > If you're looking for a "perfect" WYSIWYG editor, you won't find one.
    > For free at least.
    >
    > > I've been using PageBreeze, but the page looks different in every
    > > browser I look at it in.  Sometimes it's a real mess.

    >
    > http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http://www.pagebreeze.com/&....
    >
    > Don't rely on a program of which homepage has > 20 errors. That's
    > propably how you'll manage, at best.
    >
    >    Also you have
    >
    > > to have pictures in the same folder as html files or they don't show
    > > up when uploaded.

    >
    > So? How could the browser know where you've put your images? You have to
    > tell it if they're hidden in your aunt's old drawer (or some more
    > logical place, such as a folder called images in your root directory).


    What is wrong with you? I'm guessing your favorite porn site was down
    today, judging by your e-mail address.

    >
    >    I don't need anything to complicated.  As long as
    >
    > > it can do tables, it should be enough.  Thanks.

    >
    > Doing tables makes it (whatever you're doing, possibly not even reltated
    > to tables?) inevitably complicated.
    >
    > Learn the basics first, THEN use a "sophisticated" program to do the
    > work. By then you'll notice, though, that DIY is the best approach.
    >
    > BTW, I use Notepad++. Now I've given at least one answer to the question :)
    > --
    > Arihttp://users.utu.fi/athein/
     
    , Mar 12, 2009
    #5
  6. wrote:
    > On Mar 12, 10:40 am, Ari Heino <> wrote:
    >> kirjoitti seuraavasti:


    <snip>

    >>> to have pictures in the same folder as html files or they don't show
    >>> up when uploaded.

    >> So? How could the browser know where you've put your images? You have to
    >> tell it if they're hidden in your aunt's old drawer (or some more
    >> logical place, such as a folder called images in your root directory).

    >
    > What is wrong with you? I'm guessing your favorite porn site was down
    > today, judging by your e-mail address.


    No, the 'XXX' is just his attempt to obfuscate it email and limit spam.
    But more to the point is that he is correct, if you put images in a
    different folder on the server then the URL to that image may change and
    you need to adjust your document to accommodate. Simple, but you do need
    to understand the basics.

    Try the beginner tutorials at htmldog.com is a good place to start.


    --
    Take care,

    Jonathan
    -------------------
    LITTLE WORKS STUDIO
    http://www.LittleWorksStudio.com
     
    Jonathan N. Little, Mar 12, 2009
    #6
  7. Guest

    On Mar 12, 1:53 pm, "Jonathan N. Little" <> wrote:
    > wrote:
    > > On Mar 12, 10:40 am, Ari Heino <> wrote:
    > >> kirjoitti seuraavasti:

    >
    > <snip>
    >
    > >>> to have pictures in the same folder as html files or they don't show
    > >>> up when uploaded.
    > >> So? How could the browser know where you've put your images? You have to
    > >> tell it if they're hidden in your aunt's old drawer (or some more
    > >> logical place, such as a folder called images in your root directory).

    >
    > > What is wrong with you?  I'm guessing your favorite porn site was down
    > > today, judging by your e-mail address.

    >
    > No, the 'XXX' is just his attempt to obfuscate it email and limit spam.


    Of course. I just his choice of spam block letters humorous.

    > But more to the point is that he is correct, if you put images in a
    > different folder on the server then the URL to that image may change and
    > you need to adjust your document to accommodate. Simple, but you do need
    > to understand the basics.
    >
    > Try the beginner tutorials at htmldog.com is a good place to start.
    >
    > --
    > Take care,
    >
    > Jonathan
    > -------------------
    > LITTLE WORKS STUDIOhttp://www.LittleWorksStudio.com
     
    , Mar 12, 2009
    #7
  8. Guest

    On Mar 12, 2:16 pm, wrote:

    > Of course.  I just his choice of spam block letters humorous.


    Err...put the word "found" between "just" and "his".
     
    , Mar 12, 2009
    #8
  9. Ari Heino Guest

    Re: Free easy to use html editor? (Very OT)

    > What is wrong with you? I'm guessing your favorite porn site was down
    > today, judging by your e-mail address.


    Sorry, I live happily in a relationship and the sex is good. Don't need
    porn.
    I don't even want to know what's YOUR problem if three Xs make you think
    with your lower brain.

    And please learn to quote properly.

    Damn, I start to sound like Yucca (in a good way, I like his attitude)!
    We Finns are cruel...

    :D
    --
    Ari
    http://users.utu.fi/athein/
     
    Ari Heino, Mar 12, 2009
    #9
  10. Guest

    Re: Free easy to use html editor? (Very OT)

    On Mar 12, 3:34 pm, Ari Heino <> wrote:
    > > What is wrong with you?  I'm guessing your favorite porn site was down
    > > today, judging by your e-mail address.

    >
    > Sorry, I live happily in a relationship and the sex is good. Don't need
    > porn.
    > I don't even want to know what's YOUR problem if three Xs make you think
    > with your lower brain.
    >
    > And please learn to quote properly.


    Sorry porn boy...I'll try to do better at that.
     
    , Mar 12, 2009
    #10
  11. rf Guest

    Re: Free easy to use html editor? (Very OT)

    wrote:
    > On Mar 12, 3:34 pm, Ari Heino <> wrote:
    >>> What is wrong with you? I'm guessing your favorite porn site was
    >>> down today, judging by your e-mail address.

    >>
    >> Sorry, I live happily in a relationship and the sex is good. Don't
    >> need porn.
    >> I don't even want to know what's YOUR problem if three Xs make you
    >> think with your lower brain.
    >>
    >> And please learn to quote properly.

    >
    > Sorry porn boy...I'll try to do better at that.


    A good way to intoduce yourself in her and to get any sort of help in the
    future. Abuse the others in here. Bloody google grouper!
     
    rf, Mar 12, 2009
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  12. Re: Free easy to use html editor? (Very OT)

    On 12 Mar 2009, wrote:

    > On Mar 12, 3:34 pm, Ari Heino <> wrote:
    >> > What is wrong with you?  I'm guessing your favorite porn site was
    >> > dow

    > n
    >> > today, judging by your e-mail address.

    >>
    >> Sorry, I live happily in a relationship and the sex is good. Don't
    >> need porn.
    >> I don't even want to know what's YOUR problem if three Xs make you
    >> think with your lower brain.
    >>
    >> And please learn to quote properly.

    >
    > Sorry porn boy...I'll try to do better at that.
    >
    >


    Porn good. Sarcasm bad. Blankpanther nerd.

    --
    Awful Dog Autry
     
    Awful Dog Autry, Mar 13, 2009
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  13. Guest

    Re: Free easy to use html editor? (Very OT)

    On Mar 13, 4:17 am, Awful Dog Autry <> wrote:
    > On 12 Mar 2009, wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    > > On Mar 12, 3:34 pm, Ari Heino <> wrote:
    > >> > What is wrong with you?  I'm guessing your favorite porn site was
    > >> > dow

    > > n
    > >> > today, judging by your e-mail address.

    >
    > >> Sorry, I live happily in a relationship and the sex is good. Don't
    > >> need porn.
    > >> I don't even want to know what's YOUR problem if three Xs make you
    > >> think with your lower brain.

    >
    > >> And please learn to quote properly.

    >
    > > Sorry porn boy...I'll try to do better at that.

    >
    > Porn good. Sarcasm bad. Blankpanther nerd.


    Black Panther. Get that right please. I don't call myself a BLACK
    Panther for nothing.
     
    , Mar 13, 2009
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  14. Nicole Guest

    wrote:

    > Anyone know a good, easy to use html editor for Vista that's free?
    > I've been using PageBreeze, but the page looks different in every
    > browser I look at it in. Sometimes it's a real mess. Also you have
    > to have pictures in the same folder as html files or they don't show
    > up when uploaded. I don't need anything to complicated. As long as
    > it can do tables, it should be enough. Thanks.



    AceHtml 6 Pro.


    There is a light version (recommended + free) and a pro version, not too expensive. A Pro test is free as well.

    I bought the Pro some years ago for USD 15, now it is 60, because it is that good.

    The pro version has an advanced dictionary for html included and some nice features more.

    The light version has no limits in building files or time or html.
    And there is a window in the light version "please buy me, please".



    The mess you tell about is far away from my software.
    It is just good.




    Nicole
     
    Nicole, Mar 13, 2009
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  15. Re: Free easy to use html editor? (Very OT)

    On 13 Mar 2009, wrote:

    >> > Sorry porn boy...I'll try to do better at that.

    >>
    >> Porn good. Sarcasm bad. Blankpanther nerd.

    >
    > Black Panther. Get that right please. I don't call myself a BLACK
    > Panther for nothing.


    Oops! Sorry, Blackie.


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    Awful Dog Autry, Mar 14, 2009
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