- Dec 25, 2003
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As I begin to put my own web site up I was wondering what those of you who have sites use to create and manage content.
Bah! Everyone knows notepad is the best for pure HTMLFrontPage!?!?! Dreamweaver?!??!
Well...kinda...but not exactly. Check out TextPad. It's a shareware app for Win 9x/2k/XP that's NotePad on steroids. Macros, spell check, handle multiple files simultaneously...it's all that and the kitchen sink. I wouldn't want to use anything else (on a M$ OS anyway).Originally posted by CTulanko
These days, I just use Notepad like everybody else...you all do use Notepad, right?
Silly me - Kirk's job was to <i>destroy</i> the computer with streams of illogic and a well-aimed phaser blast.Originally posted by cydermaster
That was Spock's job - Kirk's job was to "Get the girl, kill the baddies; and save the entire planet"
I dunno, but why put your url in your sig when there's already a button labelled www underneath every post you make?Originally posted by vjp
Speaking of HTML,
How are you guys putting links into your signatures?
Me long time hacker. Me bang rocks. Bang two magnetite rocks. Bang along north/south line, rocks get magnetic, am one. Bang rocks east/west, rocks not get magnetic, am zero.Originally posted by brianc
Well, I was going to respond with "vi rules!", but I didn't want to
start a geek war. So allow me to summarize the thread so we can
get it out of our systems quickly...
Bah! Everyone knows notepad is the best for pure HTML
Bah! You Windows weenie, everyone knows the Internet was
invented by Unix geeks. You must use emacs!
Bah! You newbie! Why in my day, the only one true way to create
content was to cat from the console!
You had a CONSOLE???!?!?!?!?
Why, back when Al Gore was just teaching Tim Berners-Lee
how to spell HTTP, we had to use magnets to rearrange the
bits on the disk!!! And we we dang happy to have 'em!
BTW- vi rules!