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The feature list is impressive (and I am a Homesite5 fanatic...), in addition to the W3C CSS validator link (already present in TSP2.5) there is a link to the CSE HTML Validator (must be present on your system) as well as TIDY with the options to convert existing HTML code to XHTML.
All in all, this one caught me by surprise. It looks very promising, especially for developers who are striving to go "code lite" and make use of CSS for presentation.
You can read more about TSP3 beta at the download site. [bradsoft.com...]
joined:Nov 11, 2000
Chami's HTML-Kit is one of the niftier editors I've played with, and have sort of used, but it has no documentation, so I know I'm barely scratching the surface. Like, there's no introduction to plug-ins that I can find, so I don't know anything about them, and I'm too stingy with my time to join a newsgroup to find out. Marcia... if you wanted to answer some questions, I think an HTML-Kit thread would be great.
Meantime, I had to get instructions in another thread here from digitalghost on how to use it to strip font tags, which I'm now doing with a vengeance. The beta that's out now, which is what I'm getting into, is the last freebie, it'll be shareware with the next release; so hopefully it'll have better documentation.
Meantime, when I reboot I'll download this Topstyle beta papabaer's told us about and give it a try.