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I am looking for a freeware/shareware *client-side* preprocessor for
I know things like PHP exist for doing "web applications" by dynamically
generating HTML from templates and commands, but that is *not* what I
I *do* want a program I can run on my own computer that will process
HTML and handle tasks like including HTML snippets from an include file.
For example, I'd like something that will read
and stuff the contents of snippet.html into the place where the tag is,
outputting a new HTML file.
Sounds like WikiWriter, to me. WW allows includes, templates, modifications
to CSS, accepts code-your-own-HTML as well as its own wiki-style simplified
markup. It's not shareware/freeware, but cheap enough. http://hytext.com/ww
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