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Software related to HTML, the main markup language used in the creation of web pages.

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hinting support is available for JS, XML, HTML, Python, SQL, CSS/LESS/SCSS and "any word". It should be quite easy to add hinting support for other languages given those example files and a good …
answered Jun 3 '14 by Nick Wilde
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XHTML document with images encoded as Base64, inside the document: Yes HTML is the default format. Base64 encoded images can be manually done. I hear there is a plugin that will automatically do them …
answered May 11 '14 by Nick Wilde
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: '', src: '<%= src_files_html %>', dest: '<%= grunt.option("outpath") %>' }] } } and then in my html file I have this: <!-- build:css ./css/cleaned.min.css …
answered Apr 2 '14 by Nick Wilde
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part of this is it doesn't check that it is a css link so atom/image refs under <link cause problems too. Obviously that means the css/js have to be local but just going save as html page from Firefox or Chrome saves those by default so that shouldn't be a serious problem though slightly annoying. …
answered Jul 21 '14 by Nick Wilde
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I have a great option - at least I totally love it - although it is neither a web-app or a Linux application. I recommend the Firefox addon CSS Usage - it does require Firefox and the Firefox addon F …
answered Mar 15 '14 by Nick Wilde
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go over your requirements: convert basic HTML tags to Markdown (h1...6, pre, code etc): Yes keep the HTML code if it hasn't a correspondent in Markdown (e.g. iframe): Yes - if using the -R/--parse …
answered Jun 30 '14 by Nick Wilde
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is what I have used and is quite good. If you do need SFTP support then AFAIK the only option is Sublime SFTP which is not free ($20) but has a free trial. Code highlight Windows and MacOS PHP, HTML, CSS, Javascript Easy to use …
answered Jun 4 '14 by Nick Wilde