ezML HTML Editor

Web Tools, Utilities, and Applications written in Just BASIC
ajd344
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ezML HTML Editor

Post by ajd344 »

Hi!

I wrote an HTML editor, called ezML HTML Editor.


-Open .txt. htm. html .php or anything else with 'All Files'
-Save Opened files with there extension (an opened .php file would save as a php file)
-Save new docs as .html or .txt
-Change the editor's font, size and/or the format (ie. bold)
-Open in broswer without saving (temp.html deleted when the program is closed)
-1 or 2 custom broswers
-How Many Lines?
-WYSIWYG Function (or a better visual)
-Insert Function, knows basic html commands. It will prompt you for things like the image source.

I hope you like it, and please give me feedback!!!

Thanks
-Andrew


Please Download beta 2!!!
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ajd344
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Beta 2

Post by ajd344 »

Hi!

Here's BETA 2.

Everything's the same but:

-Features:
-Fixed the slight bug of text being in the prompt box.
-Credits, credits.txt, added
-agree.txt Added - This is the licnese agreement that will go with the License Agreement feature in the program.

Enjoy!!!
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ajd344
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Final Release

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Hi!

I finished up the version with a help file and the agreement.

Here's the download!
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twigster
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How!

Post by twigster »

How do I create a help file to go with my HTML Editor
John Davidson
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Re: How!

Post by John Davidson »

twigster wrote:How do I create a help file to go with my HTML Editor
A very easy is to write your helpfile in HTML and compile it to a CHM.

You can find a free CHM compiler, named WW to CHM Wizard, at Alyce's Restaurant Freeware , http://alycesrestaurant.com/free.htm

This program requires the help compiler, hhc.exe from HTML Help Workshop and a link is provided at Alyce's Restaurant.

There's an article in Issue #1 of the Just BASIC Newsletter, http://jbasicnews.com/ , on using CHM files with your apps.

John
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twigster
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RE: How!

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John Davidson wrote:A very easy is to write your helpfile in HTML and compile it to a CHM.

You can find a free CHM compiler, named WW to CHM Wizard, at Alyce's Restaurant Freeware , http://alycesrestaurant.com/free.htm

This program requires the help compiler, hhc.exe from HTML Help Workshop and a link is provided at Alyce's Restaurant.

There's an article in Issue #1 of the Just BASIC Newsletter, http://jbasicnews.com/ , on using CHM files with your apps.
Thanxs John :D I can now add a help file with my programs 8)
twigster
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RE: How!

Post by twigster »

John Davidson wrote:A very easy is to write your helpfile in HTML and compile it to a CHM.

You can find a free CHM compiler, named WW to CHM Wizard, at Alyce's Restaurant Freeware , http://alycesrestaurant.com/free.htm

This program requires the help compiler, hhc.exe from HTML Help Workshop and a link is provided at Alyce's Restaurant.

There's an article in Issue #1 of the Just BASIC Newsletter, http://jbasicnews.com/ , on using CHM files with your apps.
Thanxs John :D I can now add a help file with my programs 8)
potato610
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Good one

Post by potato610 »

Hi!
This is acctually a good idea, but I cant go along with it.. I'll PM you with my idea. ;)