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Creating your own HTML authoring tool

By MaryWeilage Editor ·
The July 6 Web Development Zone e-newsletter describes how to build your own HTML authoring tool. Will you use the example in this column to guide you in developing your own HTML authoring tool? If you already have an HTML authoring tool, how does your creation process differ from the one Phillip Perkins outlines? Tell us what you think about creating your own HTML authoring tool.

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This seems like an IE only approach...

by mbarber In reply to Creating your own HTML au ...

I realize IE owns he browser market. But, in light of all the issues IE has had and continues to have, is IE's market share justification enough to create solutions based solely on it?
Great article ...just wish it was cross browser compliant.

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Agree

by KevRus In reply to This seems like an IE onl ...

Tried seeing the example but it wouldn't work on Mozilla. Had major problems with HTML validation at http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.phillipweb.com%2Fauthor%2Fauthor.htm

Excellent approach though! Pity I couldn't see it work

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to the html group wanted pages that work as a remote editor that supports 3

by lawrephord In reply to Creating your own HTML au ...

to the html group wanted pages that work as a remote editor that supports 3 columns

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