Bash HTML Editor

Unlike most HTML editors, Bash HTML Editor does not force you to design your website in a W.Y.S.I.W.Y.G. (What You See Is What You Get) environment. Those types of programs typically give you little control over your HTML code, hiding it away, and making it so complex and cryptic that it's nearly impossible to read or edit by hand. Bash HTML Editor is designed to give you full control over your HTML code, allowing you to hand code it, but with much improved speed and ease. Using simple menus and toolbox windows, you can put together HTML content such as tables with only a few clicks. Nearly every HTML tag is just a click away, you only need to type in the values, such as the width of a table or the path to an image, and Bash HTML Editor fills in the rest for you. It also gives you quick access to many differnt javascripts, CSS properties, and HTML tags which you would otherwise have to hunt up using search engines or other websites. Although Bash HTML Editor is geared toward people who already know how to code a website in HTML, it also provides detailed explinations of each and every HTML tag for the beginner webmaster.
PriceUSD15
LicensePurchase
File Size2.96 MB
Version4.3.2
Operating System Windows XP Windows 2000 Windows 98 Windows 95 Windows NT Windows
System Requirements<li>Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP

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