The ulmitate HTML Generator
What is Mimine 1.0? It is a powerfull tool for web site HTML pages. Moreover, it implements most of the HTML 4.0 features.
But can I also use Dreamweaver? You have no needs of Dreamweaver, Netscape Editor, Word... The HTML code generated by most of this editors is... hum... how to say?... you see? it is never what you want. Wysiwyg? Yes, but on your computer only.
How Mimine 1.0 works? It is very simple. In the kernel of the current version, you have to specify a text editor (such as Emacs, notepad, ultraedit and so on). Be carefull, you also have to bind your hand with a keyboard and/or a mouse to start this text editor. And now? You start to write your pages in HTML by using your fingers (just slightly hit keys placed on the keyboard)! It is easy, isn't it?
- 01-04-2002 more Mimine 1.0 sites
- 01-04-2002 link to "WYSIWYG HTML editor patents" discussion
Emacs. it is the famous "escape meta alt control shift" GNU editor... And it includes an HTML mode. Of course, it is free.
Here is a screenshot of my emacs editing this page.
Also available for Windows NT/95/98
XEmacs: The next generation of Emacs
UltraEdit. The Text/HEX/HTML/Programmers Editor from IDM Computer Solutions, Inc. Single user registration fee is US$30.00.
UltraEdit Home Page
WinEdt. A flexible editor in shareware distribution (the licence price varies from $30 to $70).
Getting started with HTML. This is a short introduction to writing HTML. Many people still write HTML by hand using tools such as NotePad on Windows, or SimpleText on the Mac. This guide will get you up and running. by Dave Ragget.
GTML, an HTML pre-processor. HTML is a powerful markup language for individual Web pages, but it has some serious limitations for maintaining entire Web sites (i.e. a collection of Web pages which needs to be kept consistent). GTML is an HTML pre-processor which adds some extra features specially designed for maintaining multiple Web pages. by Bruno Beaufils.
The World Wide Web Consortium provides some tools to know if your pages are compliant to HTML standards. In an utopic world, all pages on the web respect this standards :). A portal to this tools is given by the W3C HTML Validation Service.
Congratulation! To show your readers that you have taken the care to create a good and interoperable Web page, you may display this icon on any page that validates. For instance, you can use the following HTML code:
<p> <a href="http://morcandel.free.fr/mimine"><img border=0 src="http://morcandel.free.fr/mimine/img/mimine.jpg" alt="Powered by Mimine 1.0"></a> </p>
Please, if you are using Mimine 1.0, send your URI (URL) to the mimine developper team by sending a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Discussion about Mimine 1.0 on DaLinuxFrenchPage.
Discussion on WYSIWYG HTML editor patents on DaLinuxFrenchPage.
last update: 01-04-2002