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What about if I don't use IE? I use Firefox ..Mofi wrote:UltraEdit has lots of features already implemented for HTML editing. Third party tools like HtmlTidy are also already installed with UltraEdit and ready for usage. There is the command Toggle Browser View to see your HTML code as interpreted by the browsers - the engine used here is your installed IE.
Is there a list of these third party apps and tools, and specifically are there any that do WYSIWYG html?Mofi wrote:Third party tools and applications for editing/viewing HTML files can be integrated by you
Burma wrote:What about if I don't use IE? I use Firefox ..
Burma wrote:Is there a list of these third party apps and tools, and specifically are there any that do WYSIWYG html?
A philosophy that many Web developers don't share. Especially when dealing with IE, which is notoriously non-standards-compliant compared to other browsers.Mofi wrote:Good HTML pages are written to work with all browsers and display the content identical in all browers.Burma wrote:What about if I don't use IE? I use Firefox ..
Burma wrote:IE is notoriously non-standards-compliant compared to other browsers.