I know this is a stupid question, but is still have the urge to post it ;)

I feel like writting some tutorials/books on ASM programming

And i will like to know if there is out there and HTML editor that meets those requests:

1)Completly free
2)Knows all tags like tables and frames and has help about them
3)allows me to use exactly what i want ie use <ul> inside of <ul> ... etc
4)Allows me to use external .CSS style and renders with it, also alows me to edit the CSS source
5)I can easy switch between editing html source directly and visual editing and it is not touching the things i have manually inserted in html source...
6)Inserts NO and i mean NOTHING else in the page than EXACTLY what i write, no extra red tape, no <span=> etc
...
7)Optional:If possible uses TABs instead of spaces inside source to format and is not cutting my paragraphs at ridicoulouse low right margins
8)Optional: Might generate CHM and/or PDF

And it's name is NOT "Notepad" :grin:

I know there are many HTML editors out there in Google, but i am asking if any of you already experienced such and encounter :) . I will try all of them out there anyway...

Thanks for reading
Bogdan
Posted on 2004-01-11 08:56:25 by BogdanOntanu
:( all I can help about this is say that I use HtmlHelp's help file (but a more specific shortcut to it) to display all info on CSS , tags and javascript events. It is suitable for IE, and since chm files use the IE plugin, it'll be ok.
Posted on 2004-01-11 13:26:32 by Ultrano
The only that I can say is go to sf, and in the search put: WYSIWYG html

I am using quanta is not a embeded editor but for other os, but there you will find others, I see this: http://richtext.cs.ramesys.com/ have a demo here:embeded

I do a search, and I find this: http://sourceforge.net/projects/mambo/ at the home page, there is a link to this site:http://www.htmlkit.com/

hope this help.
Posted on 2004-01-11 14:11:15 by rea
Thank you,

The HTML kit looks interesting, extra bloatware but nevertheless very interesting
Posted on 2004-01-11 15:25:22 by BogdanOntanu
Posted on 2004-01-12 17:00:33 by Xanatose
Have you seen this link, discussed a while ago. Its a cheap solution, but your more than welcome to use it for what ever your can (or taylor it to your specific ideas).

http://www.asmcommunity.net/board/index.php?topic=16304&highlight=CSS+HTML

Regards,
NaN
Posted on 2004-01-13 21:23:35 by NaN