Re: OOo Writer and FrontPage
Lou Quillio wrote:
But I'm still codin' and markin' up by hand, dude, and letting
server script and databases do the heavy lifting. Only way to fly.
Have you looked into HTML code editors, like bluefish? They provide a GUI for inserting code, but what you are looking at is the code itself.
Used 'em all. Best I've seen, re markup formatting, is BBedit (for the Mac). Actually, there's an over-arching solution: HTMLTidy. Fully-configurable parser/reformatter. Many editors can incorporate it as a plugin. HTMLTidy's the original, and still best of breed.
But it's tough to write and mark-up at the same time. I lately skirt that issue by setting things up correctly once, so folks can Just Write:
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