Alleycode HTML Editor

Alleycode HTML Editor

Average User Rating:
3.2
out of 13 votes
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Quick Specs

Version:
2.21
File Size:
1.48MB
Date Added:
March 26, 2008
Price:
Free
Operating Systems:
Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP
Total Downloads:
12,500
Downloads Last Week:
11
Additional Requirements:
Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003 Server

Editors' Note: Note: If you are upgrading from version 1.2 you should do a clean install to benefit from our new installation engine, meaning you must uninstall v1.2 before installing v2.15.

To uninstall v1.2: 1) Double click "My computer" on your desktop. 2) Double click "Control Panel". 3) Double click "Add/Remove Programs" and double-click 'Alleycode HTML1.2' (aslo applies to 1.0 and 1.1) in the list box. 4) InstallShield will remove all related components

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  • All Versions:

    3.2

    out of 13 votes

    • 5 star: 3
    • 4 star: 1
    • 3 star: 6
    • 2 star: 2
    • 1 star: 1
  • Current Version:

    3.2

    out of 5 votes

    • 5 star: 0
    • 4 star: 1
    • 3 star: 4
    • 2 star: 0
    • 1 star: 0
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  • 4 stars

    "The CSS Wizard is really useful"

    February 20, 2012   |   By mikewiddy

    Version: Alleycode HTML Editor 2.21

    Pros

    I downloaded this while looking for a CSS editor. This is the only feature that I have tried. It looks really useful as you can see the preview as you change things. You just need a very simple html page to try out the CSS code.

    Cons

    None found.

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  • 3 stars

    "Good basic editor"

    August 26, 2010   |   By bobfulkerson

    Version: Alleycode HTML Editor 2.21

    Pros

    Has most of the shortcuts needed for basic HTML editing. The tabbed toolbars are a nice feature. Good table creation tools. The tags are color coded. The editing font can be enlarged somewhat, although the kerning doesn't follow the changes.

    Cons

    The tools for formatting text attributes (font, size, color, etc) involve multiple steps. That could have been better integrated. It's also weak in the area of project management.

    Summary

    I used Anansi HTML Editor for a dozen years, from Windows 95 through Windows XP, but could no longer use it after upgrading to 64-bit Windows. Did a lot of downloading and testing, and finally settled on Alleycode as a replacement. However, it can't match what Anansi could do in the areas of global search and replace, nor match Anansi's user-defined buttons and text-formatting simplicity.

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  • 3 stars

    "It's okay but could use some work"

    February 26, 2009   |   By lesliesbest

    Version: Alleycode HTML Editor 2.21

    Pros

    Free. Can open multiple file types like PHP. CSS wizard. FTP Select. The tutorial makes this a great first HTML Editor for beginners.

    Cons

    Split Screen can't be set easily by default. Can't add your favorite HTML Tags to the Common toolbar. The SyncroView doesn't Refresh when you "Save." Refreshing SyncroView is slow & takes the WYSIWYG screen to the top so u have to find where u were.

    Summary

    I used to use The HTML Editor (by Home Plan Software). I've been looking for a replacement. Didn't care for Coffee Cup. Tried this and it's the closest to my old The HTML Editor software I can find. With a few tweaks (like on the cons above), it could possibly be as good or better than The HTML Editor.

    I don't like how, when you double-click the code to refresh the SyncroView SplitScreen, it has a long (like 30 second) delay and then it takes the WYSIWYG screen to the top so you have to scroll down to find where you were at every time you refresh after each change.

    The other thing I miss about The HTML Editor is how it had buttons on the toolbar for 3 choices: full screen code, split screen editor and WYSIWYG viewer, or WYSIWYG viewer.

    I can't complain with it being free though. It's pretty darn good for freeware. So Konae, if you're listening, I'd be willing to pay for this is you could fix those few quirks though. Meanwhile thanks for the almost perfect free AlleyCode. :o)

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  • 3 stars

    "Alleycode better than FrontPage"

    December 17, 2008   |   By tyneham

    Version: Alleycode HTML Editor 2.21

    Pros

    Alleycode HTML editor is better than FrontPage.

    Cons

    Lacks "Normal" view to help see and edit WYSIWYG

    Summary

    Freeware makes it better than FrontPage

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  • 3 stars

    "Not bad, easy to use"

    April 16, 2008   |   By darinmilw

    Version: Alleycode HTML Editor 2.21

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