[thelist] link management

Stephen Caudill SCaudill at municode.com
Wed Jan 8 15:03:01 CST 2003

The only really comprehensive freeware HTML editor I have used personally is 1st page:
http://www.evrsoft.com/1stpage/ (lots of screen shots)
it does have the left hand column file browser (tabbed display of snippets, help, library, etc.) and I am fairly certain it does auto-link updates.  Either way, its free and it is the editor recomended by the W3C.  Give 'er a whirl.

Stephen Caudill

Chris W. Parker wrote:
> hi.
> i've decided to bite the bullet and ween myself from frontpage* and
> use instead HTML-Kit**. there are a few features that i really like
> about frontpage that i need to fulfill if possible.
> 1. i really like the directory listing that can be
> added/removed at will
> from the left side of the window.
> 2. it's automatic link updating. when i change the name of a file via
> the left hand pane it updates all the links for the page throughout
> site.
> does HTML-Kit support #1? what programs (preferably free) are there
> that can update links? i've downloaded Xenu link sleuth and like it
> very much so far. the only problem with it is that it points out all
> the mistakes, but i have to change them by hand. as you all know,
> this can be a very time consuming and tedious process.
> thanks,
> chris.
> * i never used the wysiwyg view on frontpage, i coded everything by
> hand. the reason i am moving away from it is because i do not like the
> control it takes. (a) i hate how it modifies my code, (b) i don't like
> all the _vti_cnf directories it makes, (c) it doesn't have good  text
> highlighting.
> ** http://www.chami.com/html-kit/ nice, but lacking the features i
> like in frontpage.
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