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From: Rod Neep <>
Subject: Re: [FreeHelp] Software recommendations?
Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2000 14:07:29 +0000
In article <>, W.
Wesley Groleau x4923 <> writes
>> AOL Press allows WYSIWYG editing *and* html code editing and to switch
>> between the two instantly. It contains an excellent hands on tutorial
>I, too, recommend AOLPress. One thing about it that takes getting used to
>is that when you edit the HTML directly, you have to select "parse" from a
>menu to see the effects in the WYSIWYG (browser) window. If you close the
>HTML window without doing that, or if you edit in the browser window, you
>can lose the changes done in the HTML window.
Wes... there is no need to do that. Simply close the html editing
window, and it will ask if you want to save the changes. click on
"save". That's all there is to it. The WYSIWYG view is then
automatically updated. Nothing is lost.
Except.... if you have made a mistake in typing the code, then it will
jump to that place automatically, highlight it, and allow you to change
it before saving. (a neat feature).
Rod Neep - Gloucestershire, England
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