HTMLPad HTML editor : Java Glossary
Java Applet displays prices on this
web page converted with today’s exchange rates into your local international currency,
e.g. Euros, US dollars, Canadian dollars, British Pounds, Indian Rupees…
requires an up-to-date
and Java version
or later, preferably
If you can’t see the prices in your local currency,
. Use Chrome for best results.
HTMLPad is a
HTML ( ) editor from Blumenthal’s in Latvia that costs Hyper text Markup Language
for the personal version and
for the corporate version.
$46.00 USD Advantages
It is quite configurable.
It properly highlights entities. The colour scheme for syntax highlighting is well chosen.
It can convert chars to entities and back.
The preview mode is accurate. It even runs Applets, but is quite slow to react.
It hooks into HTMLtidy and
CSE ( ) HTMLValidator. Computer Science and Engineering It will convert tags to upper or lower case, but it won’t do it automatically.
In split mode, it tries to keep the preview up-to-date with the code view, but doing this greatly slows
It uses a real browser to preview, so the renderings are decent quality. The visual edit mode renderings
are far more accurate than Dreamweaver’s.
Applets work properly because they think they are running in the original directory.
When you highlight a word, it also partially highlights all other uses of that same same word.
Extensive keyboard shortcuts.
You can select colour numbers by pointing to the colour on a palette.
It can also edit and format CSS ( ) style sheets. Cascading Style Sheets Disadvantages
It does not provide any means to apply style classes to selections.
You cannot edit visually.
It tends to salt your text with unwanted
s that you have to manualy
turn back into spaces. It has no syntax checker or beautifier.