[CS-FSLUG] html fine in Linux, but one word per line in "Internet Explorer"

davidm at hisfeet.net davidm at hisfeet.net
Tue Sep 25 14:14:43 CDT 2012

THanks for your advice.  I use Windows very little, and I haven't been
using KDE much either. I'll look a little closer at Bluefish and Kompozer.
And maybe try the idea of an online checker.  Maybe the "pedantic" aspect
would be good for me.

Dave Mcm

> Personally, I now use PHPStorm for web development (it has a related
> 'WebStorm' application for HTML editing), but it is quite pricey (if
> you're not doing full-time professional wed development).
> You might want to see if a text editor, such as Kate (for KDE) or
> Notepad++ (for Windows), with syntax highlighting might help, or maybe
> something like Bluefish (Linux) or Kompozer (cross-platform).
> Or even an official online checker like this: http://validator.w3.org/
> (although that really doesn't like your page - it is very pedantic
> about every element of the HTML standard).
> Davo
> On Tue, Sep 25, 2012 at 10:09 AM,  <davidm at hisfeet.net> wrote:
>> You are quite right!  I allowed my self frustration, and got to working
>> on
>> the wrong file.  When I went to the right file,with your help I quuickly
>> found the error, and corrected it.  Now it seems to work smoothly.
>> Thank
>> you brother.
>> By the way, can you recommend a good "syntax checker" for html files?
>> I've
>> got a lot of files, that play well in Firefox, but to check them in
>> Windows I have to use VirtualBox with IE.  Or maybe that's the best way
>> anyway.  Aside from that sort of situation, I don't usually let Windows
>> out of it's cage.
>> Dave MCM
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