HTMLpage is a text-based HTML editor. It can use drag'n'drop to generate hyperlinks and image tags with relative links and image sizes. It allows you to create a table by highlighting and copying a table from a document, pasting it into HTMLpage, and then clicking TABLE-ify. It will turn the comma-delimited data into a nice neat HTML table. Plain text can be converted to HTML. It also features spell-checking, color tag generation from a color picker, and keyboard shortcuts for several common HTML tags.
|Tags||Text Processing Markup HTML/XHTML Internet Web Site Management|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: A tag generation issue with images where when implementing MIME types, images made HREFs instead of image tags was fixed. pyGTK 2.6 is now used. Deprecation warnings were removed.
Release Notes: Improves the behavior of the PASTE action to remove any text if there is a selection before pasting in the new text. Work has been done with MIME types to improve Drag and Drop usability. Automatically make links from binary files, PDFs, and Postscript. Unknown types that are not binary still yield choice of open, link, or insert text. Codec conversion for dropped text insertion has been reintroduced. Combo boxes in spell check and the codecs list have been updated to new GTK definitions to eliminate deprecation warnings.
Release Notes: This project supersedes HTMLRox, and it no longer requires ROX-Filer or ROX-Lib. The dependency on PIL (Python Imaging Library) was removed. An integrated help section in tabbed notebook form was added. Error-checking and portability were much improved.